George Floyd's death | 'Still work to be done' for HR to improve racial equality

'Still work to be done' for HR to improve racial equality

With today marking one year since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the topic of racial inequality has been thrown into the spotlight once again.

At the time of his death, perpetrated by now former-police officer Derek Chauvin, Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests around the world, calling for justice for Floyd, also highlighted racial inequality in both wider society and the world of business.

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