Racial Reckoning Discussion Series Part I: Good DEI vs Bad DEI

Three in four Black workers say they are more likely to work for or stay longer at a company with effective inclusion policies and programs. And Black workers at companies that have such programs are more likely to attach a monetary value to improving the racial climate at work. That's according to the newly released Inclusion@Work 2023 Study.


On Jan. 30, we unpacked these and other findings with DEI experts and delved into what's working and what's not.

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Discussion Racial Reckoning: Good DEI vs Bad DEI



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Racial Reckoning Discussion Series Part II: Black Tech Innovators & Disruptors

Black entrepreneurs are creating new opportunities for themselves and ...