In the United States, an organization’s culture has been at the forefront of talent attraction and employee engagement initiatives for more than a decade. No matter the size, location or industry, companies have scrambled to up their game when it comes to internally and externally communicating their “culture.” There is no consistency in what constitutes a workplace’s culture message and it can be articulated anywhere from one sentence to hundreds of pages, depending on the organization.
Diversity figures prominently in today’s company cultural messages. In general, organizations have prioritized communicating their commitment to and belief in a diversity culture. However, the average team member is unlikely to know what that actually entails within their workplace. And, in many cases, it’s not clear if leadership fully understands and exemplifies a true diversity, let alone inclusive, culture.
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