Quarter of workers feel excluded at work | HR Wire
Equality and Diversity

Quarter of workers feel excluded at work

While 56% of respondents said they felt a sense of belonging overall, only 29% of those who identified as either Black or Black British said the same

One in four UK employees do not feel they “fit in” at their workplace, new research from employee engagement experts Inpulse has revealed. Experts warn that whilst diversity and inclusion (D&I) has been increasingly discussed in the last year it has inadvertently been “left behind” during the pandemic. According to data compiled between January and December 2020 from 11,000 employees, 25% said they did not feel they could “fully be themselves”, while 33% said they did not feel their company took D&I seriously. This coincides with the findings from a poll carried out by Inpu... Subscribe to read full artical

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Quarter of workers feel excluded at work | HR Wire
Quarter of workers feel excluded at work | HR Wire
Equality and Diversity

Quarter of workers feel excluded at work

While 56% of respondents said they felt a sense of belonging overall, only 29% of those who identified as either Black or Black British said the same

One in four UK employees do not feel they “fit in” at their workplace, new research from employee engagement experts Inpulse has revealed. Experts warn that whilst diversity and inclusion (D&I) has been increasingly discussed in the last year it has inadvertently been “left behind” during the pandemic. According to data compiled between January and December 2020 from 11,000 employees, 25% said they did not feel they could “fully be themselves”, while 33% said they did not feel their company took D&I seriously. This coincides with the findings from a poll carried out by Inpu... Subscribe to read full artical

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