People are naturally gravitate to those who are similar to them — with similar tastes, styles and problems.
Employee resource groups (ERGs) bring people together to foster inclusivity and communication in the workplace. This is especially true for companies whose workforce represents a wide range of backgrounds and ages: ERGs are a way to connect people with similar struggles who might not otherwise ever speak to each other.
These groups can be a valuable investment of time and money if you’re looking to build employee relationships and keep morale high. Here’s how they work.
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