The information below will help you keep abreast of all the latest research from around the world on diversity and inclusion. You can use the filters above to find something that you are specifically looking for either via year published, or by keyword.

  • Companies with women in the boardroom perform better

    30 July 2020

    The correlation between having women in leadership and strong economic performance has been conclusively established at long last by Australian researchers. Businesses that appointed female CEOs in the last six years have upped their market value by five percent. Read the full article here

  • Understanding organizational barriers to a more inclusive workplace

    25 June 2020

    Survey results show that many employees do not feel fully included at work and want their organizations to do more to advance inclusion and diversity. To do so, companies can address four factors.

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  • Diversity Wins: How Inclusion Matters

    27 May 2020

    The business case for inclusion and diversity (I&D) is stronger than ever. Taking a closer look at diversity winners reveals what can drive real progress. Check out McKinsey's latest research on this important topic. 

  • Where Women Stand

    23 April 2020

    Over the past two decades women across advanced economies have made far-reaching gains, but much of this progress has been offset by rising costs and new forms of insecurity that once again disproportionately affect women, write Laura Tyson and Anu Madgavkar in Project Syndicate.

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  • 10 expert-backed tips for women to negotiate better salaries so they get the pay they really deserve

    23 April 2020

    TV Land

    • A survey by jobs website ZipRecruiter and Business Insider in March found that men are more likely to negotiate a higher salary in a job interview than women.
    • Men also feel more confident in their negotiating abilities than women, the poll of 5,000 job seekers found.
    • But recruiters expect you to ask for more money, and their initial offer is often lower than what they can actually do.

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