Top 3 Myths about Creating an Engaged and Inclusive Workplace

Publisher: Orange Grove Consulting

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Top 3 Myths about Creating an Engaged and Inclusive Workplace

Creating an engaged and inclusive workplace may be all the trend these days, but with the buzz comes plenty of misconceptions about what that means. Whether you’re planning to kick off 2024 with new talent engagement goals or reevaluate your current strategy, you’ll want to know the most common myths surrounding the creation of a workplace where employees feel a sense of belonging.