Most US Firms ‘just going through the motions’ on Inclusion

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By Adam McCulloch

A major new US study has found that many firms’ approaches to diversity and inclusion training has little impact when it comes to business and workforce outcomes, despite proof of the benefits such policies can bring when properly applied. 

The report, from HR expert and consultant Josh Bersin, suggested that in the US fewer than 12% of companies compensated or tracked senior leaders for achievement of specific inclusion or diversity goals, while:

76% of companies had no diversity or inclusion goals of any nature.Only 11% of recruiters received evaluated sourcing from underrepresented groups.75% of companies did

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