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5 Ways to Spot a Company on the Road to Diversity & Inclusion

By Kim R. Wells

Here are 5 ways to identify a company that values diversity.

From the top, the CEO must believe in diversity, embrace it, practice it, and preach it.

Progress in the demographic make up of the organization must be a constant area for improvement, measured and benchmarked, especially at the management and boardroom level. The organization should mirror internally what the consumers, marketplace, and labor force reflect externally.

Marketing and advertising strategy should embrace multicultural media with relevant ads reflective of diverse communities.

Goods and services purchased should reflect a commitment to building relationships and purchasing components and services from companies owned by people of color and by women. These efforts also support local communities.

Training in diversity and inclusion must include all employees to insure that everyone gets involved.

Source: Black Collegian

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