More and more working communities are diverse, which means that you as the employer must ensure that the different groups of people can work at the same workplace.
You are responsible for ensuring that your employees are treated equally in terms of pay, recruitment and advancement opportunities, for example, irrespective of their gender or sexual orientation.
A good employer also takes into account the varying needs and skills of people in different phases of their careers, and ensures that valuable experience and knowledge is transferred from older employees to younger ones.
Your company can gain a considerable competitive advantage from multicultural expertise, which is why you should make sure to guide your working community and increase awareness of different cultures among your staff.
You can also utilise the valuable efforts of disabled and partially disabled persons by customising work tasks or hours, and by offering additional orientation and support.