How To Talk About Diversity At Work

“Diversity is defined by who sits at the table, while inclusion is which voices get heard,” says Jamie Velazquez, Ph.D and Director of Staff Development at Crittenton Services for Children and Families. Diversity has become a top priority at the individual, corporate, and national scale, and Namely’s recent Diversity Report reveals several trends around implicit bias in the workplace.

Turning a blind eye to individual differences is no longer acceptable if companies truly want to make a change (or a profit). According to Velazquez, “today’s buyer doesn’t just buy into your product, they also buy the ideals and values of your company.” As an HR professional, building company values and culture often falls on you—but how can you change a systemic problem?

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