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Policies define culture


Policies are created by an organization to provide a framework under which their leadership and employees can fairly and safely operate. Policies clarify the rules and outline what happens when those rules are broken. Typical policies cover workplace attendance, recruitment, pay and benefits, bullying and harassment, safety, and employee conduct.

More and more, organizations are establishing equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging policies. Others are embedding EDI&B principles into existing policies. The formalization of equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging as organizational priorities shows commitment to a fair, safe and inclusive culture. EDI&B policies promote the value, safety, and belonging of equity-deserving groups in the workplace and establish an environment that supports all employees.

Here are some tools and resources to support you in creating or refining your own EDI&B policies.


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