Inclusion Strategies is committed to innovating practices that prioritize the well-being and value of all human beings in all walks of life, including the workplace. Because all people matter and all work matters, relationships based on human dignity serve as the foundation for all of work.
Workers who are dissatisfied, fatigued and overwhelmed have increased absenteeism and are less satisfied and productive. Research on the intersections between workplace stress and family conflict is increasingly shedding light on the value of programs that promote resilience and well-being for cultivating wellness, including resilient parenting.
A workforce that reflects the rich diversity of society, including individuals from diverse ages, sex/sexual orientation/gender identities, disabilities and racial and cultural groups are enablers of inclusive growth. This principle applies equally to communities and community organizations, which is why Inclusion Strategies is committed to delivering our programs pro bono to benefit the areas where we live and work.