What does inclusion look like in practice, and how can people professionals and the wider business be more inclusive?
How to use the inclusion health checker tool
Select from the options below to reveal the information most relevant to your situation. You’ll then receive tailored recommendations outlining the actions you can take to improve inclusion in your organisation. To find out more about the evidence for understanding and measuring inclusion, read our report, Building inclusive workplaces. For resources specific to age, disability, race, religion, belief, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender reassignment in the workplace, visit our main diversity and inclusion topic page.
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