Ungated Post | 06 Jun 2013

Diversity 2013: Making diversity a core corporate strategy

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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