'Pretend' Diversity in Business

Can a company market a diversity 'cause' if its internal culture doesn’t reflect it?

From Black Lives Matter to sustainability to the war in Ukraine, it has become a ‘norm’ for companies to take and promote a stance on matters in the public realm. However, can a company really market a diversity 'cause' when the internal culture doesn't reflect this? Are these stances being supported in the recruitment process, policies, and culture or is it just corporate lip service that ends at midnight?

In this EventHuddle, we look at Corporate Social Responsibility. If it can be used to help businesses promote and increase awareness of social cues, then is it suitable for a company to tackle such subjects when their internal policies don't align with those that they are pushing, therefore misleading the end consumer...

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