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A Mere 12% Of Companies Are Truly Inclusive — Here’s How To Fix That

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Deloitte found that businesses with inclusive cultures were twice as likely to meet or exceed their financial goals. - Sandra Diaz, MENG Curator


Many companies acknowledge the importance of building a diverse team. But if employees of different backgrounds don’t feel like they belong, those efforts won’t pay off. While 71% of organizations aspire to have an inclusive culture, only 12% meet that goal, according to a new study by Deloitte.

About Sandra Diaz

Sandra Diaz, founder of DIAZ&CO., equips teams to do more with less by simultaneously meeting the needs of mainstream shoppers while catering to U.S. Hispanics. Drawing on over 15 years of experience as a marketing executive at L’Oréal Paris, Sears, Sara Lee, and Colgate Palmolive plus a Kellogg MBA, Sandra delivers strategic solutions and business training that equips DIAZ&CO. clients to effectively capitalize on Hispanic market growth.

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