The promotion of diversity and inclusion is a fundamental value in the field of professional services. Now more than ever, the appreciation of human capital within firms represents a distinctive factor for the entire organisation, and forms an integral part of its culture. Beyond the aspect of respect for new social and cultural demands, it should not be forgotten that promoting inclusion and diversity has positive repercussions for the firm, generates added value, and creates a work environment that is more attractive for younger generations.
In recent years, human capital has become a recurring theme across organisations. There are those who give it a positive connotation, and those, on the other hand, who say that the very acceptance of the expression marked the beginning of the cultural decline of the world of work. Whatever your view, if we want to use this terminology in its most complete sense, we must embrace a concept of human capital that refers to the most valuable assets of any organisation. And this is all the more true for professional services firms, where the human element is fundamental.