A start-up’s culture takes root fast, so its commitment to diversity must be clear from the beginning.
The team from Project Include outlines how important it is for a new company to place diversity and inclusion front and center in defining its workplace culture from the outset, and articulates the values it must prioritize to get there. While the recommendations are aimed specifically at tech start-ups, the universal truths they contain could be easily extrapolated to other industries. getAbstract recommends this well-organized, easily digestible guide to CEOs, managers and human resource professionals who want to build a diverse, inclusive and satisfied workforce.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to define a diverse, inclusive company culture
- How transparency promotes inclusion
- How work-life balance enhances diversity
About the Authors
Erica Joy Baker, Bethanye McKinney Blount, Tracy Chou, Laura I. Gómez, Y-Vonne Hutchinson, Freada Kapor Klein, Ellen Pao and Susan Wu are members of Project Include, an open community working to provide diversity and inclusion solutions for tech companies.
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