By Britt-Marie K. Cole-Johnson and Rachel V. Kushel
The changing social climate has companies reevaluating their approach to diversity, equity and inclusion.
Many businesses faced a call for action in 2020 to clearly state their positions on the social justice and civil rights issues of the day. This has left employers wondering how best to respond, particularly if they haven’t done so in the past. There are many best, or even good, practices for cultivating a workplace that promotes a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) while also supporting manufacturers’ overall business objectives.
Ideally, getting DEI right this