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Ethnic Diversity at the Top

Veena Vasista

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Management teams whose commitment to ethnic diversity is purely superficial can foster workplace cultures that harm individuals and their organisations, according to this research commissioned by Lloyds Banking Group.

In order to be truly ethnically diverse, private sector organisations must expand their focus beyond checkbox exercises and consider the informal cultures they create, finds the report.

The consequences of work environments not rooted in diversity can include conflict-ridden working relationships, unhappy and under-committed employees and, in extreme cases, a threat to the sustainability of the business as a whole.

Download the full report to hear about a new way of thinking when linking race equality and ethics to business at the highest level.


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