A recent CNBC article, “The growing case for diversity as a profit source” shared the 50 most diverse corporations as found by DiversityInc. One interesting finding, technology companies, especially Silicon Valley ones, were hard to find. Having diverse viewpoints is critical to decision making, allowing for more options to be brought to the table.
Being seen as a company that values diversity could become a factor for investors, making a difference to your company’s bottom line.
Hiring a diverse workforce is critical, but keeping an eye on your products and their impact of the lives of their consumers might be another way to keep shareholders and customers happy. Making products that enhance diverse populations’ lives is always a plus.
How can you impact diversity where you work?