Companies are becoming more imaginative in how they address inequality and give their inclusion strategies more significance as they acknowledge the social and economic benefits of creating diverse workplaces.
It is no longer sufficient for many organisations to concentrate only on gender equality. Truly socially inclusive workplaces consider how their policies take into account factors such as socioeconomic background, age, sexual orientation, race, gender, and culture.
Companies who want to lead the industry in diversity and inclusion today have to adopt a more comprehensive strategy, frequently looking at how they can use their organisational influence to bring about larger social change in addition to the specific interventions that are needed inside their workforces.
Premium spirits company Diageo is one of those organisations considering inclusion at a deeper level, and taking a problem solving approach to tackling barriers to equality.
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