February 2018

In order to have a fulsome and legislatively sound diversity and inclusion program, an organization must ensure that required and appropriate policies, processes and guidelines are in place to support the fair and equitable treatment of all employees.  Providing this type of formal foundation and support within your organization not only represents best practices and the basic princip

Employers are becoming more aware of the potential benefits of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.  These benefits can include, for example, improvements in financial performance, operational effectiveness, workplace environment, customer perceptions and employee loyalty and pride.  

Your company’s workforce is most likely comprised of several different generations, each of which has unique perspectives and habits when it comes to the workplace.  How can you effectively address the challenges that arise from these unique perspectives and habits and embrace age diversity within your organization?

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