Employees in inclusive teams are 19 times more likely to be very satisfied with their jobs compared to workers in non-inclusive workplaces, according to research from Diversity Council Australia (DCA).
The Inclusion@Work Index surveyed a nationally representative sample of 3,000 Australian workers, led by DCA and sponsored by Suncorp. The survey found that 58% of employees in inclusive environments said they were very satisfied with their jobs, compared to 3% in non-inclusive workplaces, while 58% of employees in inclusive environments aid they were highly effective, compared to 6% in non-inclusive environments, and 45% of employees in inclusive environments saying they were more likely to innovate against 5% in non-inclusive environments, while 62% of employees said they were likely to stay with their employer over the coming year, compared to 16% in non-inclusive workplaces.
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