Diversity and inclusion should play a significant part in your employee value proposition – given that 76% of individuals class a diverse workforce has an important factor when evaluating companies and job offers.
But, simply hiring diverse talent is not enough. It’s about the workplace experience that shapes whether employees remain and thrive. This is where your employee benefits can help to demonstrate equality and provide unequivocal support for your entire workforce. A sense of belonging, feeling valued, and having trust are fundamental components that contribute to overall employee wellbeing.
The pandemic, isolation, and long-term remote working have triggered the demand for new kinds of support. As a progressive and inclusive employer, you need a benefits scheme that reflects your workforce and responds to these kinds of life events.
- The benefits of diversity and inclusion at work
- Why they’re important to consider when designing a benefits scheme
- How to deliver inclusive employee benefits