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There’s no question that diversity in the workplace improves a wide range of business outcomes; to cite just a few example benefits, it increases ROI and fosters improved innovation and productivity. Even senior executives often declare strong commitments to corporate diversity and inclusion.

The only real question, then, is how and why increasing diversity enhances the organisation. It’s not just about ticking boxes and filling quotas out of a moral obligation; it’s also about improving the workplace culture and, as a result, the bottom line.