Fostering an inclusive workplace culture will take continuous time and effort, but investing in diversity, equity and inclusion now will help your organization in the long run.
DEI success metrics look different for every company. This makes it difficult to improve the ROI of your diversity, equity and inclusion training.
One thing is certain across all organizations: the lack of a diverse and inclusive workplace culture leads to higher turnover and less innovation.
In order to see the best return on investment in terms of DEI:
Diversity and inclusion is an ongoing journey and lifelong commitment to learning and challenging existing beliefs and biases, but with the right strategies you can begin working toward a measurable impact on your return on investment.
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