In the workplace, diversity is represented by having employees of varying cultural backgrounds. This can include race, gender, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic upbringing, religion, disabilities, personality, education, and more. In today's hiring atmosphere, top candidates tend to value a company that promotes a diverse workforce.
In other words, diversity asks, "who is in the room?"
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