- Diversity in a recession—will necessity be the mother of invention?
- Economic outlook
- Is diversity an optional extra?
- The right culture
- The business case for diversity
- Tackling group think
- Consequences of rolling back on diversity?
- Areas to improve
Employment analysis: In the first in a series of articles exploring how diversity and inclusion can play a part in shaping the ‘new normal’ as businesses move out of lockdown as an opportunity to ‘build back better’, Alison Woods of CMS (Aberdeen) and Gillian MacLellan of CMS (Glasgow) consider whether diversity and inclusion programmes should come off the to-do list in light of the inevitable cost-cutting exercises that will be a priority as businesses ease out of lockdown.
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