LeadershipEmployee RelationsEmployee EngagementDiversity#DEIB
A diverse and inclusive culture has attendant benefits of a positive brand image, giving the company the ability to be an employer of choice for attracting and retaining good talent.
Additionally, the data also revealed that diversification of ethnicity has seen a significant increase in New Zealand’s public sector.
Employee RelationsEmployee EngagementDiversity#DEIB
DEI cannot be calendarised and event-based, and should be integrated within the organisation’s strategy and involve a systematic approach towards driving inclusion and belonging, says Arijit Pal Choudhury, managing director head - HR & corporate communications at Nomura Services, India.
In a conversation with Gwen Kolader, VP - Global Head DEI & Leadership Program we explore how DE&I can be reimagined in a world of hybrid work and the role senior leaders can play today to ensure companies can truly shift the marker on DE&I.
Women, who feel more over-burdened between personal and professional commitments, do not get the necessary support in the latter, being often over-mentored on gaps and under-sponsored on potential, says Nupur Mehta, global HR leader for talent acquisition and business partnering at Nium.
By accepting and embracing people of different ages in a professional environment, employers can foster an inclusive and productive culture, something any organisation of any size can benefit from, says Preeti Monga, chief people officer at engineering-research firm Pluss Advanced Technologies.
Compensation & BenefitsDiversity
The gender pay gap remains 'stubbornly unchanged' despite broad action against inequality in the public and private sectors, KPMG said.