For managing and excelling in diversity and equality management, there is a strong reason for organisations to maintain their diversity, because an inclusive, diverse, and equal society will be more beneficial to all having less conflicts and differences (The case for equality and diversity, 2008). One more important and beneficial reason for being excelling in the diversity and equality management practices is because when the organisation treats everyone as equal even though they are diverse in their roots, the organisation is setting an example of being morally responsible for being the one who considers equality of diversity as the more important right of every human. Moral responsibility is not just for the organisation but also for the employees involved to treat everyone with equality. A society and organisation where diversity is being celebrated can invite and attract more talented people to work with and can also maintain a good and healthy good will of the organisation. The organisations are of different type but they take pride in making themselves known to the public and also advertise their practices of managing diversity and offering equal treatment to everyone and not discriminate anyone based on any of the factors that differentiate them.
Supporting a diverse workforce can help the organisation to complete and attend to its social obligations and fulfil those. This makes the organisation more morally strong, create more tolerant employees, the employees learn to let go off differences and focus on resolving the common problems, and helps to deliver more matured, socially cohesive, and prosperous people in the society (Parry and Tyson, 2013).
Considering diversity management from a business perspective, it is observed that when business accepts a diverse work force and manages them in an equal manner, they are more likely to attract the best of talent that is widely open and diverse. This can have tremendous benefit to the organisation when a diverse workforce can handle a diverse customer base and can deliver exceptional service depending on the diverse needs of a diverse customer base (Mujtaba, 2009). The employees are more likely to perform their best and offer their best in most of their tasks.