Leveraging diversity

Farrell, Jane
May 2012
Training Journal;May2012, p22
Trade Publication
The article discusses the advantages of diversity within companies and looks at how leveraging diversity can help variegate customer bases and promote brand loyalty. Topics include the results of the British Labour party member Lord Davies' report about how women are underrepresented in senior executive positions, suggestions for how organizations can retain employees from underrepresented groups, and examples of bias in corporate management.


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