Workplace inclusion is an important part of any organisation.
Ensuring that all employees feel safe and truly able to be themselves is crucial for many reasons. For example, if workers feel a sense of belonging, a Harvard Business Review (HBR) article explained that companies can reap bottom-line benefits. The research, conducted by BetterUp, found that a high feeling of belonging was linked to a 56% increase in job performance, as well as a 50% drop in turnover risk and a 27% reduction in sick days.
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