Building a More Inclusive Workplace by Mark Perlberg, CEO
According to a recent Ranstad US survey, most American workers believe that equality in the workplace is important. However, more than half think their companies are not meeting expectations and could do better when it comes to promoting gender equality and diversity. The biggest areas of concern include the gender pay gap and the lack of a clear path to leadership roles for women.
Employers need to know that establishing an inclusive workplace is a key component of attracting and retaining top talent and engaging employees. With 80 percent of women surveyed saying they would leave a company if they felt another firm offered greater gender equality, this is an area company leaders should carefully monitor and address. Oasis is here to help our clients build a more inclusive workplace, from examining compensation practices to implementing training programs and advising clients how to recruit, retain and engage more women and other underrepresented groups.