Employers worldwide seek to create high-performing work cultures where employees feel included and empowered to contribute. Yet despite sophisticated programs and practices, many are falling short when it comes to achieving workplace inclusion.
Why are so many companies stuck, especially with so much at stake?
In this report, we surveyed employees working in multinational organizations with operations in China. The findings demonstrate a key reason for this stalled progress: a tendency to overlook the “people side” of change. Building inclusive workplace cultures requires far more than a strong business case, the “right” program, or even the most sophisticated assessment tools or metrics.
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