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A diverse workforce drives innovation through different perspectives, thoughts and ideas. Organizations strive to create a balance between the antiquated "check boxes" of compliance and the strategic, more intentional efforts of inclusion. And in an age of rapid technological advances, robotics and automation add another level of complexity to diversity. Automation has been slowly introduced into society over the past few decades. The automatic teller machine (ATM), arguably the first major consumer self-service technology, launched in London in 1967 and was later adopted in the U.S. during the 1970s. Many skeptics at the time worried that it would mark the end of the human bank teller. But rather than disappearing, bank tellers' roles evolved to become banking consultants. This adaptation was key for workforce growth and development in the banking industry. in diversity. a new era

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