Diversity, equity, and inclusion is one of the most predominant workplace priorities in 2021. And it’s no secret authentic belonging in organizations is difficult to achieve. Using Social Recognition® data from Workhuman® customers, the Workhuman research team can use these insights to identify opportunities to inform and fuel your DE&I strategy.
In this episode of #RecognizeThis, we discuss the challenges and victories women are facing in the workplac...
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