Strategy

Boosting Neurodiversity in Corporate America

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“One of the biggest arguments in favor of a diverse workforce is not just that it’s the right thing to do, but that it makes business sense…But another facet of the diversity question has, so far, been largely ignored: how to make the industry more attractive to and inclusive of people who are neurodiverse.”

Best Practices for Recruiting Future Employees

“At the end of the day you want to attract talent — not just to fill a job — but someone who wants to stay and grow with your company. You need to understand how they think, how they need to be communicated with and what support systems they need to excel. But at the top of that list, your values as a company need to match theirs.”

Artificial Intelligence Bias Needs Oversight

“Despite some of the proven benefits of automated hiring, there remains the potential for misuse, resulting from the opportunities to introduce human bias at any stage of the automated hiring process—from design, to implementation, and finally, to the interpretation of results,”

The Modern Board: Corporate boards need a new mindset

“Leaders must now mitigate and manage a broader set of risks while no longer being judged merely by their bottom-line performance or on the quality and price of their products. They must also meet a higher standard of conduct, in their environmental and social impact; their corporate governance; and in their diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.”

ESG Initiatives Allow Companies to Stand Out

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There’s no question that investors are increasingly examining companies through the lens of non-financial factors. It stands to reason that businesses without ESG concern do nothing to attract employees wanting to make a positive difference in the world through their work.