Connecting the Dots: D&I and Engagement

Evidence shows that the employees experience is positively associated with employee work performance, discretionary effort and turnover intention. The Employee Experience Index also revealed that organizations that score in the top 25% on employee experience report nearly three times the return on assets and double the return on sales compared to organizations in the lower quartile. Five drivers to employee engagement that are directly related to diversity and inclusion are: Belonging, Purpose, Achievement, Happiness and Vigor. Inclusive Viewpoint: The business case for diversity and inclusion shows itself in so many ways, including in how we engage our employees. Improving employee engagement requires that D&I be embedded throughout the ‘employee life cycle’ (i.e. where we recruit, how we write job descriptions, how we onboard, what is rewarded and how people are promoted).

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