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Wednesday, August 3, 2022


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Promoting Diversity in Your Workplace 

Our collaborative blog speaks to our changing work environment(s) providing insights for ‘Promoting diversity in your workplace.’ Workplace diversity is a hot topic nowadays. Increasing numbers of people are becoming more socially aware. 

More startling are the negative trends regarding:

  1. The positions that a diverse group of people occupies within businesses. 
  2. People earn varying amounts of money for a job with the same title and description.

Today it is essential to make a conscious effort to ensure that the right person is genuinely in each seat. Moreover, each person receives the correct pay regardless of their protected characteristics, such as race, sex, age, gender, etc. 

Below you will find helpful information to help you to promote diversity in your workplace plus social understanding.


Promoting Diversity in Your Workplace 

Survey Your Workplace

First, you might want to begin by conducting a workplace diversity survey by GoodHire. The survey will give you a good idea of what’s taking place in your current workplace. You can assure your staff to answer your questions openly and honestly. 

The survey may reveal:

  • The level of diversity in your workplace at the current moment
  • Whether any intervention needs to take place to ensure fair and equal pay or promotion 
  • Whether people from minority groups feel comfortable and happy in your workplace 
  • Whether you need to implement necessary steps to improve the work environment. 

Ensuring anonymous surveys will encourage employees to provide their truth regarding potential issues without repercussions. They will feel safe expressing their perspectives. Possible new ideas will arise and give you extra guidance. Serious consideration of the suggestions can be beneficial for all.

Diversity Training

Often, people don’t understand issues about diversity, different cultures, norms, do’s and don’ts, and more. Basic diversity training in your workplace will help to educate your employees on the essential topics. The training will increase employee awareness of different types of diversity, including appreciating differences among co-workers. 

Moreover, the training will provide the knowledge and strategies the staff needs to maximize and improve interpersonal and communication skills within the workplace. New perspectives will serve as a means for creating a more positive and productive work environment. 

The training can also help staff satisfaction and retention levels across the board. Accordingly, it can significantly reduce recruitment and training costs on an ongoing basis. Numerous programs exist, so it will be best to see which one(s) will best suit your needs and offer the most value.

Implement New Policies

Your work to date may unveil that you can benefit from new diversity and inclusion based workplace policies. It’s important to consider what needs to be changed and what changes could implement the most positive difference in your company. Also, consider which systems and policies may prevent certain groups from being able to work in your business. 

For example, you may realize that you must implement family-friendly policies for parents with young children. Ensure everyone knows about each new approach so they may contribute to an inclusive environment when each new policy rolls out.

In Conclusion:

Our goal is for some of the suggestions above to help you create a more inclusive and diverse workplace that works for everyone. The benefits will soon be evident.

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Sales Tips: Promoting Diversity in Your Workplace 

  1. Asking for employee feedback and striving to implement the suggestions will begin promoting diversity in your workplace.
  2. Acknowledge the commonalities as you read through the survey complaints and the suggestions.
  3. Prioritize the reoccurring complaints for improvement.
  4. Although you may have a diverse primary staff, review whether diversity exists within company promotions.
  5. Correct the variances in initial salaries among those holding the same job description and the promotion salaries for the following levels.
  6. Set clear and equal goals for every employee regarding promotion and ensure all benefits are available for everyone.
  7. Investigate that everyone in management treats their reports equally and fairly in every regard.
  8. Instill diversity and inclusion training for all employees while advocating fairness in equity.
  9. Return to asking for feedback for further improvement and suggestions for future training.
  10. Celebrate Success!


Elinor Stutz, CEO of Smooth Sale, delivers inspirational keynotes at conferences and authored: The International Best-Selling Book, Nice Girls DO Get the Sale: Relationship Building That Gets Results.” In addition to being translated into four languages, it reached the remarkable and unique level of being hailed Evergreen. Stutz’ commitment to community service led to the writing of her second best-selling book, HIRED! How to Use Sales Techniques to Sell Yourself On Interviews.”

Kred proclaimed Stutz as a “Top 1% Influencer for Social Media,.  CEO World Magazine named Stutz as one of “The brightest sales minds to follow on Twitter”.  Bizzhum and NowISeeIt both named the Smooth Sale Blog as one of the “Top 100 Most Innovative Sales Bloggers.”  Stutz consults and speaks worldwide.

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