Frontline workers are increasingly aligning themselves with organizations that meet moral standards; they prefer to be employed by businesses that share their values and have a strong organizational culture.
Industry data supports this. A study by Deloitte found that 94% of executives and 88% of employees believe that a distinct corporate culture is more important to the company’s success than anything else.
To stay competitive in both the consumer and employment landscape, organizations must step up their initiatives around digital transformation (DT) and diversity & inclusion (D&I). Succeeding at both requires a robust framework that connects transformation, inclusivity, and culture together. This can be achieved by measuring and increasing employee engagement, eliminating biases from your processes, and ensuring that all employees have equal access to workplace opportunities.
Take a look at some of the ways that WorkJam can move your DT & DI initiatives forward.