Diversity and inclusion are the two different concepts which represent the variety of people in an entity and inclusion is about how well the contributions, presence and perspectives of different groups of people are valued and integrated into an environment.  

FREMONT, CA: Though diversity and inclusion are two connected concepts, they are far from interchangeable. Diversity deals with a variety of elements within a given setting. In a workplace that can mean differences in race, gender, ethnicity, and other things. Whereas, Inclusion is the practice of ensuring that people feel a sense of belonging and support from their organisations. Many different genders, races, nationalities, sexual orientations, and identities are present in a workplace but only the perspectives of certain groups are valued or carry any authority and influence

What is diversity & inclusion in the workplace?

A diverse and inclusive workplace makes everyone – regardless of who they are or what they do – feel equally involved in and supported in all areas of the workplace.  To ensure diversity, an organisation employs a large number of people reflective of the society in which it exists and operates. Diversity collaborates all of the elements that form unique from one another while there are uncountable differences in humans, most of us define unconsciously by less social categories. Inclusion in the workplace is all about understanding each other and respecting one another, making sure that everyone is included and respected in all aspects of the work environment. Creating a work environment makes a discussion for creative ideas and explores their challenges to teamwork.

Difference between diversity, inclusion, and belongingness:

1. Diversity is presenting the different people in an organisation.

2. Inclusion ensures equal opportunity which contributes to or influences every part and level of a workplace.

3. Belongingness is ensuring that everyone feels safe and can bring their fullest effort to work.

The theme of “All”:

For All is Great Place to Work’s definition of a workplace culture that has evolved beyond “Diversity & Inclusion.” The goal of the For All approach is to create a high-trust workplace experience for everyone, no matter who they are or what they do for the organisation.

Day-to-day experience in the workplace will create a bond and they come to know about their talents and care for their colleagues and leaders. The company experiences the acknowledgement of human acts, dignity, compassion, and inclusion, that is what they can achieve for all workplaces.

All are critical for success. Workplaces today are more globally connected than ever before. With the complications of today’s work environment, leaders must tap into collective intelligence to maximise the potential of every person. Technological development and social conversion continue to alter the landscape in every industry. Organisations that remain in some workplaces will risk losing money, earning less, and falling behind their competitors in this disordering climate. However, the companies that succeed with For All will cultivate enormous value from their people’s differences and it will prosper.