Real change usually comes about because it’s more convenient or financially feasible; diverse workplaces are no exception. In this World Economic Forum article, Vijay Eswaran, the executive chairman of the Hong Kong-based QI Group, cites research, surveys and history to lay out his case for workplace diversity. There’s much more justification for pursuing a diverse workplace than believing that it’s the right thing to do or that it’s good for PR. Increased innovation, better profits and the ability to attract talent might prove more persuasive.
About the Author
Vijay Eswaran is the executive chairman of the QI Group and the author of In the Sphere of Silence.
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3 months agoVery informative
1 year ago"Forward-thinking companies should be looking for ways to employ and empower more women at work – not just as a moral obligation, but also as a sound business strategy". Can't agree more! :)
1 year agoVery enlightening