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Many companies say they are interested in diversity and inclusion, but you would never know by looking around their offices where everyone looks the same.

You can’t have diversity and inclusion if everyone looks the same, believes the same things, acts the same way, and comes from the same place.

It’s easy to say you want a diverse company. It’s another thing to create a diverse company. And it goes one step further to build inclusion and ensure everyone feels like they belong.

Inclusion means everyone feels comfortable bringing their whole selves to work and that their diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and opinions are embraced and valued.

It’s like the game of chess–you can’t play with just the white pieces. You need all of the pieces in different colors, roles, and types to play the game.

Take an honest look at your company–are you really practicing diversity and inclusion? If not, it’s time to make a change.

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