With the Covid-19 crisis impacting workers in complex and often uneven ways, it is more important than ever for businesses to effectively prioritise diversity and inclusion policies and initiatives. Moreover, strong diversity and inclusion policies have been shown to correlate positively to higher rates of innovation and commercial performance by a variety of metrics.
In the first two months of 2021, PageGroup surveyed thousands of candidates from our extensive network to learn more about attitudes among top talent to D&I. In this exclusive eBook, we present ten key facts that emerged in our research. The data shows that in the wake of Covid-19, the vast majority of candidates care about diversity and inclusion, expect their employers to have implemented strong D&I policies, and in many cases regard D&I as a make-or-break factor in accepting a job offer.
To help you position your business to attract and retain the very best candidates, we have created our free ‘Diversity and inclusion in a post-pandemic world: How are UK workers feeling?’ eBook:
Topics covered include:
- The effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on attitudes toward D&I
- How successfully businesses are implementing D&I policies
- Whether UK workers feel valued for their diversity
- D&I as a consideration for candidates evaluating prospective employers
For data-driven insights and analysis of diversity and inclusion in the post-Covid business landscape, access your free copy of the comprehensive guide here: