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  • Diverse workplaces are more likely to succeed
  • Diverse workplaces are more likely to succeed
    Alex Kotliarskyi (2016) ©
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Diverse workplaces are more likely to succeed

Whether it’s more women in leadership or an ethnically diverse workforce, businesses are taking steps to adopt more inclusive practices in light of the benefits it can bring for both employer and employee. A report from McKinsey & Company has found diversity is more beneficial than ever.

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