PROUDLY PART OF SIA'S 2020 DIVERSITY STAFFING FIRMS LIST
Be the change you want to see in the world. Period. In the world we live in, present day; it is more important than ever for companies to focus on their diversity and inclusion initiatives in the workplace. To lead by example locally, so that the action and intention spreads globally. We, as an employee-inspired, independently-owned company, have always strived to set that example, and be better humans from day-to-day, by putting it into action. That all said, we at OneStaff Medical are extremely proud to be on the 2020 US and Canada Diversity Staffing Firms List.
Sometimes it can be uncomfortable being around what you are unfamiliar with, especially if you haven’t been exposed to anything different for your entire life. But the best way to overcome those feelings is to educate yourself. Expose yourself, and soak in the experience. Become better. ASK. LISTEN. KEEP AN OPEN MIND.
There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding diversity initiatives, which can lead to lack of support.
· Diversity is a problem. No, it is an opportunity!
· Diversity is HR’s responsibility. No, it is my responsibility. It is your responsibility. We all play a significant role (employees, managers, supervisors).
· Diversity is about race and gender. It is much broader than that. It used to be called cultural diversity, but the conversation should be more inclusive.
· Diversity is about minorities and women in the workplace. Diversity is about your internal employees as well as your external customers. Understand the diversity within your employee base and your customers and anticipate their needs.
When you work at or for Onestaff Medical, it’s a given that every person that comes in contact with our team will be treated with humility and respect. Being who you are is NEVER a mistake or a wrong and being true to yourself is one of life’s greatest accomplishments. Always much easier said than done, but with the right mindset, together we all can be better.
“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr.