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Many companies say they have a diverse and inclusive workforce, but just because companies have employees of different races and cultures, doesn't necessary mean those companies are diverse.

To truly understand whether or not a workforce is diverse, business leaders must be willing to look within, and ask tough questions.

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Many companies have put an added emphasis on strengthening policies around diversity and inclusion because they know that employees with different cultures and backgrounds bring in unique and fresh ideas.

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There's a good chance you have a diverse set of co-workers at your job.

You may work with people who are older or younger than you. Working with people who were raised in different generations than you can actually be really beneficial to your workplace productivity.

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