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More diversity for more equality and creativity - Trends-Tendances sur PC

More diversity for more equality and creativity – Trends-Tendances sur PC

The eligible winners in this category are the Centrale de Services à Domicile Liège, EducIT and Les Petits Riens.

“Companies tell me that they cannot find young people with an immigrant background for their vacancies and young people come to tell me that they cannot enter these companies,” says Youssef Kobo. This entrepreneur, founder of the association A Seat At The Table, puts disadvantaged young people in contact with CEOs and the business world. In almost all the countries of the European Union, there is indeed a significant gap between the employment rate of natives and that of people born outside the European Union. And the World Economic Forum’s 2021 report on the gender pay gap shows that it will take 135.6 years for men and women to become equal.

A sustainable economy implies the inclusion of all groups who are victims of discrimination. It’s not just about equality of gender and origins, but also about equal opportunities in terms of age, for people with LGBTQIA+, or with disabilities. It is also a question of helping to put back on the job market any vulnerable public who have dropped out.

Faced with the acute shortage of personnel, companies are now redoubling their efforts to improve diversity within their organizations. They strive to adapt their corporate culture and infrastructure so that people with disabilities, different orientations or with an immigrant background find in them an attractive employer. Businesses and societies that actively seek greater diversity enhance the prosperity of our system; diversity is indeed the basis of creativity and innovation.

“Companies tell me that they cannot find young people with an immigrant background for their vacancies and young people come to tell me that they cannot enter these companies,” says Youssef Kobo. This entrepreneur, founder of the association A Seat At The Table, puts disadvantaged young people in contact with CEOs and the business world. In almost all the countries of the European Union, there is indeed a significant gap between the employment rate of natives and that of people born outside the European Union. And the World Economic Forum’s 2021 report on the gender pay gap shows that it will take 135.6 years for men and women to become equal. A sustainable economy implies the inclusion of all groups who are victims of discrimination. It’s not just about equality of gender and origins, but also about equal opportunities in terms of age, for people with LGBTQIA+, or with disabilities. It is also a question of helping to put back on the job market any vulnerable public who have dropped out. Faced with the acute shortage of personnel, companies are now redoubling their efforts to improve diversity within their organizations. They strive to adapt their corporate culture and infrastructure so that people with disabilities, different orientations or with an immigrant background find in them an attractive employer. Businesses and societies that actively seek greater diversity enhance the prosperity of our system; diversity is indeed the basis of creativity and innovation.

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