Employers know that to find, hire and retain the very best talent means building a culture of inclusivity. And research has demonstrated that diverse teams make decisions more carefully, create more innovative products and generate better financial performance. Employers have generally tackled diversity through corporate policies, but inclusion must happen at the level of the individual. So how can employers address this?
Diverse workforces need healthcare that meets diverse needs, and traditional health benefits programs may be an obstacle to recruiting the talent you need. Mercer’s Diego Ramírez and MMC’s Kavitha Hariharan outline four steps to inclusive benefits in this thought-provoking BRINK article.