Recently, D&I has been front and centre. Whether it’s racial equality at firms that’s under scrutiny – brought into the spotlight by this summer’s Black Lives Matter protests – or gender equality, the executive has likely been scrambling to do better as they seek to earnestly improve, secure the company’s brand, or both.
Often this means turning to HR – or at least the D&I function within it.
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