Nurture Inclusion in the Workplace

Is your business doing enough to promote diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the workplace? If you don’t consider it a priority, you could be putting the future of your business in jeopardy. Profitability, employee recruitment and retention, innovation, and company culture all stand to improve when DE&I is prioritized. Job seekers and consumers are increasingly demanding this. They want to work for and do business with companies that value respect and inclusion for all. SHRM can help you establish or improve your efforts to better integrate DE&I best practices. We have toolkits, webcasts, research, courses and more that you can use to implement small changes that will make a long-term difference. 

Take advantage of DE&I resources that will help you increase the engagement, productivity and innovation of employees.

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How to Develop a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiative

Learn what steps you need to take in order to develop a DE&I initiative that will boost your bottom line and keep your business compliant with federal and state employment laws 

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Create a more respectful and inclusive work environment.

Studies show that teams or organizations made up of individuals with a diverse mix of qualities, experiences and work styles tend to have available a richer set of ideas, perspectives and approaches to a business issue. 

Knowing the answer can help your business create opportunities for cultural inclusion, regard for differences, acceptance and respect for all workers.

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Are organizations succeeding at creating diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces?

SHRM partnered with Harvard Business Review Analytic Services and Trusaic to conduct a study
on the extent to which DE&I is a strategic priority for organizations.


Improve your knowledge and understanding of DE&I in the workplace.

Educational Programs

Guided instruction by SMEs offered live online or in person.

SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential

Credentialing opportunity offered live online or in person.


On-demand education through interactive, self-paced online courses.

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Create a world of work that truly works for all.

Gain the latest strategies and fresh insights you need to face your own biases, address inequalities and shift exclusive workplace habits at INCLUSION 2022, October 24-26 in San Diego, CA and virtually. These learned practices will help boost employee satisfaction and bottom-line business outcomes. 

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Virtual and in-person options available.

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