Addressing Diversity and Inclusion Issues in the Workplace

July 27, 2020

In the wake of major social and political changes,  businesses are beginning to reevaluate how diverse and inclusive their workforce really is. 

Employers have a duty to protect employees from harassment and discrimination in the workplace. According to the US Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the lack of diversity and inclusion is one of the top risk factors for workplace harassment.

Given companies that value diversity and inclusion are less likely to experience incidents of harassment and discrimination, the demand for Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) training is on the rise. If a company’s training is well-designed, interactive and relevant to a modern workforce, it can be an important part of a holistic approach to preventing workplace discrimination and harassment. Here are four ways how:

At SourcPointe, we are dedicated to helping our clients create and maintain a diverse and inclusive workforce. If you would like to learn more about how SourcePointe can help your organization grow it’s diversity program contact us today.

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