Diversity, equity, and inclusion. Most businesses say they want to have a diverse workforce and be where everyone can thrive, but then it doesn’t happen. Why?
You recruit from a diverse slate of candidates and even hire people across all spectrums – race, gender, religion, national origin, you name it. However, your leadership still looks the same today as it did 15 years ago.
What’s going on here? It’s not overt racism – your business is actively recruiting minority candidates. If you can get people on board but not retain them, it’s likely coming from something more subtle: cultural clashes at work.
Cultural differences at work
What do a Black superintendent and a potato-loving Asian have in common? They operate out of the local cultural norms.
To keep reading, click here: Cultural differences at work: another challenge for DEI