Cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace takes time, investment and effort. But the reason organisations fail to achieve that goal is because they use the above in the wrong direction.
Author - Simran Oberoi
is Associate Director, Human Capital Analytics at Aon India. She has close to two decades of experience, in HR Advisory, Knowledge Development and Research across areas such as Compensation & Rewards, Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership Development, HR and Tech, across India and Asia Pacific, with leading consulting firms. She has published over 200 articles. She is also a Visiting Faculty for Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace in various management institutes.
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