The end of the year tends to be a time for businesses to reflect — perhaps more so during strange economic times.
With a recession looming, some experts have wondered whether long-time talent goals — especially diversity, inclusion and belonging goals — will fall to the wayside. But there’s increasing evidence that setting and meeting diversity goals is good for business in a variety of ways, not least of all financially.
To meet these targets, however, employers need to hold leadership accountable, from the board to the C-suite. Below are some of HR Dive’s most recent stories on narrowing the DEI gap and how accountability looks in action.