Inclusion at work may be more important now than ever before with the increasing COVID-19 crisis. Yet, actions to improve inclusion may not feel like the priority right now. If you want to help your organization, acknowledgement and action are keys to an inclusive workplace. From recognizing micro-inclusions in your organization to optimizing workplace resource groups at a time when most employees are working from home, today’s successful businesses must take ownership of where they fall short and actively prepare for what’s next.
Lauren Franklin, Sr. Brand Manager at Limeade and Lindsay Lagreid, Solution Architect at Limeade share funny and touching anecdotes about their experiences in the workplace and demonstrate how your organization can take action to become a more inclusive and diverse workforce.