We do live in a world that is so rich with cultural experiences, with people who are traveling the globe, and are seeking these experiences. And it’s important to understand that when it comes to how people are seeing the world outside of work, how they are seeing the world within the workplace, that really, that delineation is becoming less evident.
In other words, inclusiveness matters whether we are not working or whether we are around our colleagues. We want to have these rich experiences. It’s important to give workers the opportunity to see different sides of the world. And that is all about what’s going on in your workplace, not necessarily outside of your workplace.
You see, people want these experiences, and they’re expecting it. And especially when you think about the generations coming into the work force, it really matters to them to be a part of a workplace that celebrates diversity and inclusion, and as I said at the outset, where there will be a time where we will no longer need to identify it as a topic and a necessity. It’ll be a matter of course.
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