Organizations are not doing enough to promote diversity Pew Research Center recently released a study that followed the social and demographic trends of 6,637 adults in the United States. The study found that 75 percent of adults believed it is “very or somewhat important” for companies and organizations to promote diversity.   This is misaligned with the fact that most organizations are not doing enough to promote diversity.   According to Built In: It is more likely to have a CEO named John or David than to have a CEO who is a woman. Only 1% of Fortune 500 companies have African American or Black CEOs.  41% of managers are “too busy” to promote diversity. Why is this important? By 2044, groups seen as minorities will reach majority status.  The White population will no longer be a majority. 67% of candidates seek out diverse companies. 78% of people believe diversity and inclusion...

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