The challenges faced by organisations this year are almost impossible to succinctly summarise. On top of vast changes to our world of work caused by COVID-19, there is concern about the economy and increasing uncertainty around the impact of Brexit drawing ever closer. What is clear however, is just how much organisational priorities have had to shift in order to stay afloat.
One priority which may be perceived to have taken a back seat is progression on equality, diversity and inclusion (ED&I). But in fact, the benefits of ED&I in the workplace are mostly well established, so it’s crucial employers press ahead with their agendas. Here are some areas to focus on in order to thrive in the short and long term.
It’s a must for top talent attraction
When it comes to recruiting new staff, it’s important recognise that ED&I – is now established as one of the highest prioritie