Fostering and Growing DE&I at the OIG

The way organizations have defined diversity has changed significantly over the past few years. Traditionally, organizations that focused on improving diversity measured success solely by the number of employees by background—race, gender identity, and ethnicity. Today we recognize that diversity is much more than numbers; it can mean a full suite of life and work experiences, background and upbringing, abilities, and gender expression. Studies have shown that a more diverse and inclusive workforce is also a more engaged and productive workforce.

 

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