Diversity & Inclusion Workshops & Webinars
Many companies believe they’re already promoting a diverse and inclusive culture.
However, only 40 percent of employees agree that their manager fosters an inclusive environment.
An astonishing 16% of your employees will be neurodivergent and have talents, perspectives and skills that can be hugely beneficial in many work environments, be it autism or ADHD, for example.
These individuals will need specialist input so that their wellbeing gets thoroughly taken care of, currently only see 20% of these needs are currently being met.
Hiring and, more importantly, retaining neurodiverse employees can provide companies with a competitive edge that brings measurable benefits, both financially and in terms of workplace culture.
Diversity refers to political beliefs, race, culture, sexual orientation, religion, class, and/or gender identity differences and inclusion means that everyone in the diverse mix feels involved, valued, respected, treated fairly, and embedded in your culture.