Ethnicity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Companies are under pressure to make their leadership more diverse, in order to understand and reflect better their customers. When it comes to ethnic minorities, however, change is slow. That raises the question of whether positive discrimination or even quotas would help speed things up

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