HR Dive: prioritize inclusion to emerge from COVID-19 stronger.

June 23, 2020 Francesca Campalani

As companies have been busy with creating crisis communications and business continuity plans in response to the coronavirus pandemic, other important areas of focus, such as workplace diversity and inclusion programs, may have taken a back seat.

A recent report from McKinsey & Company, however, has found that companies with diverse executive teams are more likely to outperform peer organizations in profitability and business performance. Organizations that welcome and retain diverse talent during these challenging times are likely to emerge from the crisis stronger.

"If you really care about diversity and inclusion, this is your time to shine,” said Francesca Campalani, vice president of global talent marketing for Randstad Enterprise Group in a recent webinar.

Read the full article in HR Dive to learn more about how a diverse workforce and inclusive workplace culture can drive business performance. You can also visit Randstad Sourceright’s Diversity and Inclusion Insights Stream for additional insights on advancing diversity and inclusion in your own organization.

About the Author

Francesca Campalani

As vice president of Global Talent Marketing for Randstad Enterprise Group, Francesca Campalani is a business obsessed and creative thought leader with 20 years experience in consumer marketing, talent marketing, employer branding, diversity and culture.

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