Diversity In The Workplace

Posted on Jul 23 2014 - 9:27am by Alexandra Ashton


People since the passing of Civil Rights Act and Pregnancy Act have increasingly been more proactive with the issue of diversity in work environments. People are increasily being more welcome to new cultures, ideas and racial input from different sectors of the society. In the workplace is where the issue of diversity proves to be a compelling topic. There has been an increased status for so many years in the leadership roles of ethnically diverse people in companies today, and we have the history of progressive thinking to thank for that. You know how much diversity you need to improve your business? It’s more than you think. It’s more than what is told in television. Because the amount you need is: you can’t have enough.

This infographic highlights the point of having more diverse cultures in a work environment to further the development of a business. Having diverse cultures functioning in an organization only means more ideas addressing more sectors in the society. And who doesn’t want that? Especially for someone who owns a business, diversity proves benefits are more in having a diverse workplace than having a non-racially flavored one. There’s more talk needed about diversity and the irony of being non-racially aware of one’s culture and at the same time talking about it, but recent reports show from this infographic that we have been evolving diversity-wise in our work stations.

This infographic is nothing but a compendium of the trivia essential for the understanding of what diversity means in a work environment. This is a helpful guide for those wanting to understand whether diversity has a great impact in how a business grows functions and maintains its competence and excellent standing. More than ever, the issue of diversity is becoming more essential in any work environment, and that’s only because diversity is essential for a nurtured workplace that’s rife with rich ideas that change how things are done, improve the faults of the past and retain a structured staffing system that regards all cultures as equally diverse and important.


About the Author

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.