When thinking about corporate cul­ture today, diversity is a word that is sure to come to mind. From cre­ating high-level positions to weaving the term into a mission statement or list of core values, organizations large and small are developing strategies and tactics to ensure they recruit and nurture a diverse workforce. According to Google, approximately 20% of Fortune 500 companies now employ diversity officers.

Simply put, a diverse workforce includes people with different characteristics. These differences may be generational, cultural, gender-based or racial. They are sometimes based on spiritual or religious beliefs, or they may be based on previous work and world ex­periences. The concept of diversity itself is, well, diverse.

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