Becker's Healthcare May 11, 2021
Hannah Mitchell

A study of 2,000 leaders and employees in the U.S. examined the effect on companies that recognize diversity and inclusion, according to a May 11 study by the Achievers.

Seven key takeaways:

  1. At companies where recognition incorporates diversity and inclusion, 55 percent of employees said they are highly engaged, compared to 17 percent of employees at companies where there’s no integration.
  2. Sixty-nine percent of employees whose companies recognize diversity and inclusion said that diversity and inclusion programs are effective at making them feel a sense of inclusion, compared to 10 percent of employees at companies where there’s no integration.
  3. Seventeen percent of employees and 32 percent of human resources leaders say their company’s recognition programs include a diversity and...

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