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Identify the range of sources of information advice & support about diversity, equality & inclusion and when would you seek advice and support
Diversity and inclusion exists when members of an organization act in a manner that recognizes and respects individual similarities and differences such that employees feel they and their work are valued and meaningfully important to the success of [ [ the company. Increasing workforce diversification challenges all members of a company attempting to satisfy the individual value. Differences in
age, race, gender, religion, and sexual orientation to name but only a few, influence what makes individuals feel valued. Studies have shown the degree to which an individual feels valued by his/her superiors and peers in large part defines his/her work engagement and the value offered to the company. The challenge is a circular one best solved by fostering an organized culture that respects and achieves to embrace diversity and inclusion. But what makes an employee feel valued? Studies show that what makes us feel valued differs depending on our particular position and background. Often, these studies help the needs, values, and attitudes of individuals sharing a common background to provide broad insight to what makes members of these groups seek and make them feel valued. While not perfect, these studies provide a starting point for becoming aware of and understanding individual preferences; awareness and understanding that is becoming increasingly important given the rapidly changing workforce demographic. Read more: ] ]
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