This groundbreaking report provides data and forecasts on employee diversity measurements across 33 countries and 10 industry groups, highlighting those that make the fullest use of women, over-65 and under-25 workers, foreign-born workers, and part-time and flexible workers in their labor forces. Interviews and case studies of companies that are leaders in building a diverse and inclusive workforce highlight the benefits for firms attempting to appeal to a more diverse marketplace.
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