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How companies can make DEI more than just a buzzword and actually alter their company cultures for the better, according to executives

12/30/2020 10:52 AM | Valentina Dingle (Administrator)

Jenifer Berman Dec 14, 2020, 1:59 PM (Business Insider)

The social movements that have emerged in recent years are recalibrating how many organizations focus on and prioritize company culture.

For The Human Impact of Business Transformation, Insider's multi-year initiative to learn more about the effects of transformation in the workplace, we asked more than 50 executives what it takes to create a positive corporate culture.

Their response? Empowerment and inclusivity. 

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Now more than ever, companies are prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion, or DEI. They're putting their people first, turning intent into action to create new opportunities for diverse talent, and committing to

Read more HERE. changing their business outlook, processes, and ways of working on a fundamental level.

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