25/02/2021 |

Bring workplace diversity and inclusion commitments to life with A Taste of Harmony

Following the many challenges of the global pandemic, organisations will be assessing how they work and identifying what can be done remotely – or indeed differently – and as they do, the question of workplace culture and relationships cannot be avoided. 


People have been missing human connection in the workplace and creating opportunities that extend beyond the usual team meeting will be more important than ever. So too, however, is the consideration workplaces collectively give to cultural diversity and inclusion.


Research shows that when people feel included at work employee innovation and productivity increases and absenteeism falls. And yet, one in five people feel discriminated against because of the colour of their skin.


Commencing in 2008, A Taste of Harmony is now Australia’s biggest celebration of cultural diversity in the workplace, with thousands of organisations taking part, including large corporates, SMEs and community groups.  


By taking part in A Taste of Harmony, your organisation will foster important team connections, enable colleagues to get to know each other and appreciate each other’s backgrounds, demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion, build cross-cultural cohesion and respect, and encourage employees to learn about more multiculturalism in Australia.


This year, A Taste of Harmony takes place between 15 – 26 March.  It’s free to participate and easy to organise – workplaces simply register online and take part in one or more of the following activities:



Visit tasteofharmony.org.au to register your organisation and to gain access to everything you need to plan, promote and run your activity.  For further information, email contact@tasteofharmony.org.au

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