Diversity and inclusion is not a term that we heard very often in the workplace context until the 2000s. With the start of the #MeToo movement in 2015, which brought issues of sexual harassment and assault of women to the surface, job candidates, employees, and even clients are now demanding more of organisations around inclusive and supportive workplace environments for women and minorities. As a result, many companies are starting to think outside the box when it comes to employee benefits and policies to attract a more diverse workforce.
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