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Short Description: How to create company parental policies that are supportive of parents working from home.
Primary Takeaway: It's important to take a compassion-first approach while simultaneously understanding the unique constraints of the organization.
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Workplace celebrations are tangible signals of what matters to your organization. It’s important to evaluate which traditions are being highlighted, and which ones might be missing. The best way to know what your employees care about is to ask.
A balance of perspectives leads to more innovation, 87% better decisions, and often prevents big mistakes. However, it’s unlikely that your diverse talent will share their perspectives and ideas if they don’t feel included. The first step is changing company systems and policies to reflect the diversity of your employees. The best way to start is to ask your employees questions! Some questions to consider asking:
From here, this information about your employees should inform the path forward.
Time off of work doesn’t necessarily need to be the solution for celebrations and inclusivity. Often, cultural holidays can be celebrated in the workplace community and can be used to bring awareness.