According to a survey by Glassdoor, 76% of job seekers and employees state that a diverse workforce is an important factor when evaluating job offers and companies.
Not only that, companies with a diverse workforce are 35% more likely to experience greater financial returns than their non-diverse counterparts.
These statistics answer the burning question of ‘why is workforce diversity important to HR?’. Moreover, we realise that diversity and inclusion are no longer a luxury. They are crucial to run a successful business.
As a leader, it then becomes your responsibility to find ways to achieve business beyond bias. One way to do so is by opting for diversity & inclusion features in SAP SuccessFactors. Let’s take a look at how you can do that.
It’s no longer enough to just hire people from different castes, cultures, races, gender, or religion. If you truly want to achieve Business Beyond Bias (BYB), your diversity & inclusion initiatives should be at the forefront everywhere, it should be a central part of your strategic human resource management.
Here are a few examples of what this looks like:
Diversity & inclusion focuses on creating a work ecosystem where there is no scope for unconscious bias.
Here are the reasons why workforce diversity management has become so important:
SAP SuccessFactors provides decision-makers and leaders with the tools they need to recognize and reduce unconscious bias where it occurs. Here’s how you can use it for different HR processes:
With D&I becoming more and more important in the days to come, equip your organization with the tools that they need to help them succeed.
Want to know more or need any support with your existing SAP SuccessFactors solutions? Get in touch with TalenTeam to know more.
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