How the Workplace Is Becoming More Inclusive

In light of the demonstrations for racial justice, stemming from the murder of George Floyd and countless others, diversity and inclusion is top of mind for many, not least of all employers. Presently, many companies are working to become more inclusive, while also grappling with the realities of closed offices and remote workforces. A recent study found that 43 percent of companies with diverse management had higher profits, and racially and ethnically diverse teams perform 35 percent better than less-diverse competitors. Join Worth for an intimate discussion on how the events of 2020 are changing the workplace for us all and how leaders can continue to engage top talent in our new virtual world.

Guest Speakers: Terri Cooper PhD, Chief Inclusion Officer of Deloitte, Mita Malick, Head of Diversity and Cross Cultural Marketing of Unilever, Gina Hadley, Co-founder of The Second Shift, and Kathleen Entwistle, Private Wealth Advisor of Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management / Moderated by: Juliet Scott-Croxford, CEO of Worth

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Kathleen Entwistle Private Wealth Advisor, Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management
Juliet Scott-Croxford CEO, Worth
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