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Even Higher Expectations in a Post-2020 World: How Organizations Engage with Social Change Issues

Recent research from The Conference Board found near universal agreement that racism and gender inequity are the two most important social change issues among both employees and organizations from around the world. That’s according to a new report from The Conference Board, whichsurveyed more than 850 respondents from a variety of industries and geographies. Even Higher Expectations in a Post-2020 World: How Organizations Engage with Social Change Issuessheds light on changes around the globe in employee sentiment and in how organizations are rising to the challenge of meeting new expectations for business.

 

For more findings, read Even Higher Expectations in a Post-2020 World: How Organizations Engage with Social Change Issues.

 

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