As social beings, we are surrounded by people from cradle to grave. Which being so, how we differ is obvious. So, any mingling, not just at the workplace, has to acknowledge the broadest of differences, namely racial, cultural, functional and of background. If these be held constant, still the points of age, gender, education, health/challenged, upbringing, lifestyle, perspective, political views, thinking, learning, talents, likings etc. would surely prevail. Now, these inescapable ‘social givens’ may be handled ether harmfully or gainfully. Harmfully, by shrinking into narrow caucuses through division and exclusion. Or gainfully, by reaping the best of such diversity, through inclusion. Thus, broad inclusiveness, handled maturely, could turn out to be a profitable proposition for all.