Martin Tolovski en HR Manager, HR Directors, Managers Content writer & web developer • Tivius Productions 9/11/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +500

How Diversity affects the Work Environment

                                           How Diversity affects the Work Environment


Diversity can make or break a team. But in today’s business world, a team diversity may bring huge benefits to the work environment. That is if different kind of people (sex, educational background, age, culture, and character) are hired in a company on fair and equal basis.

Diverse teams are smarter. The more different employee profiles, the more possible views for perspective problems that one team will encounter during business. And more possible views means more solutions to those problems.

Diverse teams are more innovative! It’s true that diversity leads to new ideas. It helps us to understand better different cultures, and offer better services to those cultures. With diversity, every company is going global and becomes more acceptable to potential customers and business partners.

Diversity is not just a trend. Promoting diversity shows that a company is aware of the possibilities that arise with being socially responsible. Everyone that is competent enough to work and contribute to a team needs to be accepted.

But, let’s not forget that this kind of work environment brings its own set of challenges. There are huge cultural and communication challenges to overcome, not to mention the resilience to change of the most seasoned professionals. Some people just don’t like a lot of makeup and are not aware that with that attitude they’re destroying the firm’s progress.

Bottom line, diversity looks like a good business decision. Who knows, maybe you have diversity in your teams already. Every employee needs to be encouraged to express himself and tell his ideas. And if every employer and employee commits to diversity and brings innovation to the business, growth will come.



Martin Tolovski 10/11/2016 · #3

#1 To be inclusive is the point Brian. Nobody's perfect.

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Brian McKenzie 10/11/2016 · #1

Ah Diversity is great - too bad I am white, male, middle-aged, straight, able-bodied, non felon with no celebratory protected class quota markers in my favor. P.S. - still waiting for my 'White Privelege' bus to arrive. In the mean time, I guess I will have to continue to improve my skills, education and performance.

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