Diversity and inclusion are top of mind for many managers and C-suite executives in the workplace. But it’s no secret that these workplaces still have much work to do to make employees feel represented, heard, and supported.
In fact, according to a 2019 Glassdoor report, 61 percent of U.S. employees have witnessed workplace discrimination. Another survey of Americans found that 34 percent of participants left jobs because of unresolved issues with harassment.
It’s no surprise why, according to a 2020 Glassdoor survey, 76 percent of job seekers and employees agree that a diverse workforce is essential.