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Diversity & Inclusion Center Newsletter
  • Authors:

    Sarah Bond

  • Publication Date:
    April 2018

Companies are paying increased attention to inclusion as well as to diversity—but to what extent do we have a shared understanding of what inclusion really means? A lively discussion amongst executive leaders at one of our recent Diversity and Inclusion Council meetings revealed both similarities and differences in how companies understand inclusion, and some gaps, too, such as tools for measuring and monitoring progress. Filling this gap will be a priority for the Diversity and Inclusion Center over the coming year.

The aim of the Center is to document, analyze, and share existing and emerging trends, good practices, and new thinking on diversity and inclusion at work. Each month, this newsletter will pinpoint a research report and other resources from The Conference Board that may interest you. Take a look at the highlights below. We hope you find the insights both interesting and useful. Please do let me know.

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