Written by Vault Consulting Editors
Diversity and inclusion are not simply talking points at all-company meetings; they are requirements for the modern workplace. A company can’t reach its potential unless a wide array of perspectives are heard and employees with those differing perspectives are made to feel welcome as their whole selves. People of color, women, LGBTQIA+ people, and people with disabilities are just some of the voices that companies are trying to do better about hearing, and it’s more and more common to see these people in the rooms where decisions are being made. Still, there’s much work to be done on this front.
Consultancies have been at the front of the professional D&I push, hiring and developing diverse talent and encouraging people to bring their whole selves to the workplace. The industry is also turning its D&I expertise outwards, helping organizations around the country reach their goals of hiring more diversely and solve problems affecting diverse groups.
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