5 Best-practice Tips to Meet the Changing Demographics of the American Workforce
The workforce is becoming more diverse and savvy employers are looking to address the needs of different employees.
Demographic and social trends are shaping the composition of the workforce, and there’s more diversity than ever before.
While some employers have focused on diversity and inclusion, others don’t see the imperative. But that will likely change as the competition for talent continues and people expect programs, policies and benefits that are flexible and personalized to meet unique needs.
And, it’s more than simply the multigenerational workforce. Race, ethnicity, gender and other demographic factors are part of the equation.
By considering diversity now, employers can set themselves up for success recruiting and retaining the best talent.
Explore this e-book to learn about three components of diversity and the importance of offering benefits in these areas, among others:
Programs that support employees where they are in the life cycle
Time off that is flexible to meet varying needs
Compensation that is objective and based on merit