Facilitating an open exchange of diverse views is core to (and promotes) an inclusiveworkplace. The second of the above questions (relating to seeking and respectingdifferent opinions) is asked also as part of the FSCB Employee Survey. The findingsdescribed here are broadly similar to those from the 2021 FSCB Survey which foundthat 80% of employees said that people sought and respected different opinions whenmaking decisions.

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