Paper people cutouts Tie it all together: 87% of employees who reported a strong culture of recognition at their company also reported a high level of inclusion. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Companies that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) strategies can find more success with they include that work in their employee recognition efforts, a new study says. The report by Achievers, an employee recognition and engagement company, and Workplace Intelligence, an HR research firm, said that incorporating DEI and recognition will improve success for businesses over a wide range of outcomes, including better financial performance and higher employee engagement.

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