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In recent years, companies of all sizes have made strides in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); however, as a recession looms, many worry that these gains may be lost as financial challenges supplant corporate focus on social issues. Companies must maintain their commitments to DEI, which will define corporate culture and productivity both through the recession and long after the economy rebounds.
The benefits of having diverse decision makers are now well documented. Numerous reports published by observers in a host of industries have, qualitatively and quantitatively, found that embracing diverse perspectives