May 11, 2021

Over the past year, there’s been unprecedented interest in D&I – prompted greatly by the 2020 murder of George Floyd and the increased attention being paid to social justice issues plaguing our country. Another important reason for this increased attention on D&I is that within the United States we are in the midst of significant demographic shifts. Our population is aging and is becoming more ethnically and racially diverse. This isn’t a new phenomenon but the continuation of a pattern. In 1900, one in eight Americans was a race other than White. Starting in 1970, that number began to rise. In the white paper below, Louis Montgomery Jr., HR & Diversity Officer Practice leader discusses the below

    • Defining Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    • How Bias in Talent Acquisition Impacts Organizational Diversity
    • 3 Strategies for Adding More Diversity to Your Talent Model

One firm, focused on you. Contact us today to discuss your executive recruiting needs.