3 Strategies for Improving Inequalities in the Workplace
Can you hear the elephant in the room? Figuratively speaking of course…inequality in the workplace is like an elephant in the room – loud, but rarely addressed. Companies who want to be successful must take a hard look at the foundations of their operations and make the necessary changes to ensure that everyone has access to opportunity.
Solving inequality in the workplace will take more than a diversity and inclusion strategy. Inequality in the workplace is the elephant in the room for most, if not all, companies in the United States. It’s an obstacle that victimizes based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and religion.
We’ll discuss the three foundational mental shifts that organizations must make to improve racial inequalities in the workplace.
- Racial inequality is actually about Blackness
- Racial inequality at work is not a recruitment problem
- Empathy is key to solving racial inequality at work
Discover how changing the narrative about Blackness, mindset shifts around recruitment, and a focus on empathy could revolutionize the way you work with people of color. Make sure everyone gets a chance to shine – get ready to make real change with us.