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five ways to retain your diverse workforce.

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When it comes to the future of work there are a few key trends which business leaders need to pay attention to.
Understanding these trends will allow organizations to better prepare and adapt to the changes which are impacting the way we work. Learn more about the five ways to retain your diverse workforce.

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five ways to retain your diverse workforce.

  1. 1. five ways to retain your diverse workforce.
  2. 2. | 2. re-evaluate and commit to gender equality practices. 3. implement programs that develop and advance talent. 5. improve parental leave and work/life balance policies. 4. provide training opportunities. five strategies for retaining diverse talent. © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 2| 1. invest in equal wages for all. =
  3. 3. || employees will leave a job due to unequal pay structures. © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 3|
  4. 4. | 49% of female workers would leave their jobs if they learned their male counterparts were making 25% more. strategy #1: invest in equal wages for all. © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 4|
  5. 5. || employers can do more to promote gender equality. 5© Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 |
  6. 6. || strategy #2: re-evaluate and commit to gender equality practices. 6© Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 | = 56% of female workers and 52% of male workers believe their employers could do more to promote gender equality.
  7. 7. || mentorship programs to help employees reach leadership roles are scarce. 7© Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 |
  8. 8. 8| strategy #3: implement programs that develop and advance talent. © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 8| less than one-third (31%) of female employees feel they have as many or more opportunities than men do at their workplace.
  9. 9. | empower employees with the right tools and culture to move forward at your company… 9© Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 | ….rather than move onto opportunities elsewhere.
  10. 10. || employees want training to combat unconscious bias. © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 10
  11. 11. ||© Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 11| strategy #4: provide relevant training opportunities. only 30% of employees surveyed receive training on unconscious bias; however, the majority say it’s the most effective way to tackle gender inequality.
  12. 12. || workers fear that family leave will negatively impact their careers. © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 12|
  13. 13. || strategy #5: improve parental leave and work/life balance policies. © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 13 nearly 29% of all employees believe that taking family leave would negatively impact their careers.
  14. 14. | a final thought. “A strong culture hinges on championing the different backgrounds and beliefs of your employees to build a better workplace. A culturally competent employer ensures that everyone has a voice, an advocate and is actively included in the overall success of the company. Ultimately, how people are treated, welcomed and developed translates into either a fortified or weak organization.” Audra Jenkins, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Randstad North America © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 14
  15. 15. || survey methodology. Research findings are based on a survey conducted by Research Now on behalf of Randstad US between January 8-12, 2018. It included 783 respondents over the age of 18 and a nationally representative sample balanced on age, gender and region. visit Randstad’s workforce360 for additional tips, or contact a local Randstad consultant. 15© Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 |
  16. 16. © Randstad North America, Inc. 2018 16|

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