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To shift their cultures and create a truly equitable workplace, organizations must learn how to understand and address systematic inequities. This includes achieving parity for women, including women of color, in business leadership roles. Equitable and inclusive organizations work hard to close the gender pay, opportunity, and leadership gaps that exist within their companies.
Arguments about the financial benefits of having a diverse and inclusive team remain popular. However, research also finds additional employee benefits such as an increase in job satisfaction, productivity, and innovation. If both corporations and employees benefit from equitable workplaces, why aren’t more consumers and business leaders invested in achieving this goal?
Watch this webinar to hear from Lorraine Hariton, President & CEO of Catalyst, and Dr. Sheila Robinson, Founder & CEO of Diversity Woman, on a discussion on how to build more equitable and inclusive organizations.