Published on October 31, 2019
As corporate Australia has known for some time, maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce makes good business sense, while extensive international research suggests significant bottom-line profit increases are just one of the benefits organisations are gaining. Diversity and inclusion drive a deep-seated cultural change which embraces innovation; allowing for creativity, agility and productivity increases. While there are still hurdles to overcome, the benefits and impacts of a diverse and inclusive workforce on team performance, customer service and the bottom line cannot be understated. Public Sector Network’s Diversity & Inclusivity Roadshow focuses on building management practices in diversity and inclusion.
Fiona Reed, Executive Director of Human Resources at La Trobe University speaks to PSN-TV in a Behind the Scenes Interview.
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