5 ways to fix your diversity, equity, and inclusion program

By Gal Almog 5 minute ReadGood news: Leaders are thinking more about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and looking for ways to follow up verbal commitments with action. They understand that a diverse and inclusive workplace is good for businesses because it helps them attract and retain great employees and perform better financially. A McKinsey study linked diverse executive teams to 35% higher earnings and 33% more long-term value creation. Bad news: Many leaders are overlooking important

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