Create and maintain a diverse and inclusive workforce
The US workplace has undergone a dramatic demographic shift in the last few decades and continues to become increasingly diverse. In fact, statistics show that by 2050 there will be no racial or ethnic majority in the US.
While diversity is not required, federal, state or local laws promote a diverse workplace. Equal employment opportunity laws compel an employer to treat all individuals fairly and provide them with equal opportunities with respect to hiring, promotions, compensation, etc. based on merit, experience skills, performance and qualifications.
Our in-depth guide provides the law and best practices for creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce, including:
- Legal background
- Benefits and types of diversity
- Risks to an employer who is not diverse
- And more...