When the topic of diversity comes up in the workplace, employees instinctively think of gender or race. However, diversity represents so much more: it can represent levels of education, cultural mores, religious traditions, socio-economic status, generational gaps, political points of view, country, region, or city of origins, and so much more.
There’s a simple rule of thumb to make sure your company’s values are effectively communicated: Keep communicating. The core message may be the same but the vehicles you use to deliver that message don’t have to be. Be creative by leveraging every option out there.