In Working Assets: A Career Guide for Peers I talked about different types of employment. Giving advice about working in an office as well.
The more I’m reading business books with a 2022 copyright date I plan on publishing a second career book within 2 years.
Issues exist in a lot of workplaces for those of us who are not “white cisgender male” employees.
Studying DEI-Diversity Equity and Inclusion practices covered in the 2022 business books gives guidelines for how to approach hiring and retaining workers who are happy to contribute their talents.
I’m of 2 minds: in Working Assets I advised that an office job is not the only job out there. I told readers to “Think outside the cubicle.”
Yet shouldn’t corporations “get with the program” in how they treat every employee? Enabling all of us to thrive in an office job. Why should we be forced to work elsewhere if we would like to work in an office?
My experience has been that a corporate office environment is not kind to us “beautiful dreamers” who think outside the narrow boxes we’re expected to fit in.
Research proves that companies with multi-racial workers who feel like they belong outperform the competition and skyrocket financially.
Not just the bottom line is what’s important. The wellbeing and financial security of the workers whose bottoms are warming chairs matters more.
Coming up I’m going to write a carnival of blog entries that link what I wrote in Working Assets to the guidelines given in the 2022 business books.
Focusing my lens on workers with mental illnesses.
We belong in a job environment where management recognizes that our individuality will drive innovation and achievement.