Recruiting Veterans Can Help Your Organization Build a More Diverse, Inclusive Workforce

Publisher: Apprenti Apprenticeships

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Recruiting Veterans Can Help Your Organization Build a More Diverse, Inclusive Workforce

Diversity in the workplace is not about altruism or filling hiring quotas. Focusing on diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) is a competitive imperative for all industries. Companies with diverse teams enjoy a greater speed of innovation, improved recruiting and retention, better productivity, increased profitability, and higher rates of employee satisfaction. And shifting demographics mean the workforce of the future will be more diverse than ever. By failing to embrace DEIA now, some companies may put their very survival in jeopardy.