Why diversity & inclusion should be on your training agenda
Diversity and inclusion is increasingly recognised as being vital to business success because the benefits are clear. A range of backgrounds, faiths, genders and ethnicities bring new ideas, innovation and practices that can vastly improve operations.
This means that all companies’ policies around diversity and inclusion must continue to evolve, Kathryn Beaven, Global Sustainability Director at DP World, tells HR Grapevine. “DP World is a global company, with different cultures, laws and challenges in each region. So, we have made investing in our people one of our global commitments, as part of Our World Our Future, our company-wide sustainability approach. Encouraging diversity and inclusion throughout our business is part of that programme.”