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Better Work Place Inclusion, Better Community Outcome

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Organisations on the Eyre Peninsula are being urged to ensure they're inclusive of all workers, regardless of any perceptions around social class.

A new report has found Australians who identify as being from a lower socio-economic class experience more exclusion, discrimination and harassment in the workplace.

However, CEO of the Diversity Council, Lisa Annese, says workplaces which are inclusive are more likely to be productive and better-serve their local community.

If local businesses really want to be successful they should also seek to reflect their local community and broaden their tell pools by Casting there that as widely as possible to try and reflect their local community in all of its diversity.







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