What is inclusion?
Inclusion means making sure that everyone – no matter who they are, or how they’re different – feels like they belong and are treated fairly.

In the workplace, an inclusive environment is one where every employee feels valued and respected.

It starts with policy. Making sure that everyone is clear on the organization’s values. But it’s then about how you take actions that create a culture of fairness and equal opportunities, ensuring everyone can contribute their best.

In an inclusive workplace, there’s a sense of belonging, collaboration thrives, and individuals are empowered to reach their full potential, using their skills and talents. Companies championing inclusion recognize that diverse teams drive innovation and success. It’s not just about ticking boxes; it’s about cultivating a supportive atmosphere where individuals, regardless of their background, can thrive and succeed collectively.

Inclusion is like a big welcome sign that says, “You’re important, and we want you here.”

It means listening to and respecting each other. Inclusion means not leaving anyone out.

A key driver of business success is when employees can thrive, develop, and contribute to the full extent of their ability: allowing them to innovate, to collaborate, to find solutions.

It helps us all to learn from each other, making our teams stronger and happier by celebrating what makes each person unique.
So employees are happy, and the business is happy too.