What Does “Inclusive Culture” Mean?

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The term “inclusive culture” has become a buzzword in recent years. We see it on LinkedIn discussions, organizational policies, and job descriptions. But, it’s far more than a fancy fad among progressive employers. 

So, what does an inclusive culture mean?

“Inclusive culture” describes a positive environment that promotes harmony and collaboration among co-workers of all backgrounds. It’s the secret adhesive that keeps employees feeling valued, driven, and motivated to deliver at their best from day one. 

How Can I Be More Inclusive at Work? 

Inclusive culture, in many instances, provides workers with equal opportunities regardless of their background. The

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