Most people usually equate diversity to race, age, or gender, ignoring the less visible but equally important dimensions such as political beliefs or even communication style. The truth is that diversity comes in many shapes and sizes. Other attributes such as religion or sexual orientation are just as relevant and meaningful when it comes to defining true diversity.
Diversity is an evolving culture and value in the workplace. But more than a battle cry, true diversity presents numerous opportunities for businesses, as well as individuals to grow.
65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist, according to the World Economic Forum. That is exciting, and potentially daunting news for many involved in education and employment. Read More