Ethnic diversity in practice – how to bridge the gap

Article for the Chartered Management Institute, by Paulette Mastin

The economic and moral case for ethnic diversity in the workplace is well-rehearsed. McKinsey’s 2018 research on diversity in the workplace revealed that companies with the most ethnically diverse executive teams are 33% more likely to outperform their peers on profitability. This is a compelling business case. An equally important driver for success is the moral case for diversity, which is underpinned by a commitment to equality, respect and fairness – it is about doing what is right, continue reading here