How D&I can help firms grow during a crisis

Many D&I initiatives will be deprioritised, postponed or cancelled altogether in the next three months. That's a mistake.

by Stephen Frost
Credit: Arif Ali (Getty Images)
Credit: Arif Ali (Getty Images)

Many D&I (diversity and inclusion) initiatives won’t survive the next three months. In some cases, this was predictable. Too many were undertaken to meet legislative requirements. Many more initiatives were driven by a desire for PR and recognition. 

Good D&I work deserves to survive and thrive. Here’s how you can make sure it does:

Link to overall strategy

Many D&I professionals have been advocating remote and flexible working for years. Suddenly, we're all remote workers. BNP Paribas has moved its entire trading floor to a home working solution. Before, this was unthinkable; now, it's a requirement.

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