Beyond Compliance and Representation: Recruiting a Rich Mix of People Delivers High Performance
W hile many people often equate equal employment opportunity and affirmative action with diversity recruiting, they may often fail to consider the strategic business case for developing a more diverse and inclusive workforce. With the considerable demographic shift toward a global economy that is characterized by multinationalism and multiculturalism, a high performing workforce requires the same representation as society in order to succeed.
Diversity in the workplace utilizes everyone’s skills to the fullest and contributes to overall organizational growth and prosperity. For employers who want to compete for the best talent, they have to consider a number of elements, which means including diverse candidates and providing a culture rich in diversity.