January 18, 2016

Diversity Policies Rarely Make Companies Fairer

By Tessa L. Dover, Brenda Major and Cheryl R. Kaiser in Harvard Business Review

U.S. companies spend millions annually on diversity programs and policies. Mission statements and recruitment materials touting companies’ commitment to diversity are ubiquitous. And many managers are tasked with the complex goal of “managing diversity” – which can mean anything from ensuring equal employment opportunity compliance, to instituting cultural sensitivity training programs, to focusing on the recruitment and retention of minorities and women.

Are all of these efforts working? In terms of increasing demographic diversity, the answer appears to be not really.

Read more. Learn how to increase the impact of diversity policies.

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