Having diversity programs in place is not sufficient. Companies must go beyond to ensure the office is welcoming to all employees.
The tech company has received a seal of approval for its commitment to gender diversity.
What evidence is there to support a link between workplace diversity and rising engagement? More to the point, how do the two things go hand in hand to create measurable value — i.e., increased sales/growth — that we could track over time?
—Melting Pot, transportation and warehousing, Memphis, Tennessee
We've been reading about the supposed importance of cultural diversity, but haven't companies always dealt with diverse workforces? This is America after all, land of the melting pot. Explain why diversity is more than a buzzword, something actionable that demonstrably improves business outcomes.
—Mingle and Melt, diversity consultant, Lansing, Michigan
The white people with the most interesting things to say in any situation involving race are the ones who shut up.