The topics of diversity and inclusion are highly polarizing. In the workplace, this manifests most glaringly in human resources and hiring practices. But for all the opposition to diversity, the fact remains that there are multiple benefits to an inclusive culture, both from a societal and economic perspective.
Companies that embrace diversity in the workplace are twice as likely to meet and exceed financial goals. They are also six times more likely to advance and six times better at anticipating and accepting change. Every employee in a diverse team also generates 30% more revenue and enjoys 35% better results compared to homogenous organizations.