How to manage: Rising to the challenge of creating an inclusive workplace

Elevate, an initiative by Business in the Community, seeks to encourage companies to make a difference in society by actively promoting and encouraging diversity in the workplace

6th June, 2021
How to manage: Rising to the challenge of creating an inclusive workplace
Some 45 companies signed up to Elevate, the Business in the Community Ireland pledge for an inclusive workplace, in May. Picture: Getty

It is often said that business cannot succeed in societies that fail. It is an imperative for any business to understand that future growth and success depend on operating in thriving communities.

Employment is the single most effective way to support inclusion. This becomes more critical if we consider the acute need for business to attract and retain talent, particularly in our knowledge-based and service economy.

In May this year, 45 companies signed up to...

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