In 2020, business leaders have been called on to think bigger when it comes to making a positive impact toward a more socially just workplace. How have they fared with diversity, inclusion and equity (DE&I)?
Not to the degree you might expect, as nearly half of employees believe that their company does not have policies that promote DE&I, according to recent Gallup research.
However, it’s not too late to drive meaningful change. Organizations have the opportunity to create more inclusive and equitable workplaces, and achieve greater business impact by encouraging lifelong learning. For many business leaders, it’s just a matter of knowing how to effectively go about it.
In this e-book, you’ll learn:
Download the e-book now to learn more about how you can drive real positive change by offering flexible, more inclusive pathways for all of your employees.
Expectations are high for corporate CEOs, with 64 percent of people globally expecting CEOs to lead social change.
Certain populations have less access to higher education with 15 percent of Black American and 33 percent of Hispanic American adults having no high school diploma.
Companies with ethnically and gender-diverse leadership teams are 36 percent more likely to experience above-average profitability.