Three talent outcomes get a jump-start from a workforce with a mix of values, backgrounds and behaviors, where all feel treated fairly: discretionary effort, intent to stay and collaboration. Yet in 2019, corporations still don’t do diversity well. Law departments can play a role on many levels.
HP, Inc. Put Teeth in Law Firm Diversity Requirements
A Long Runway Minimizes Risk
Quarterly Checks Help Firms Get There
A Diversity Protocol Can Also Spur Action
Bring More Women In-House and Help Them Advance
Diversity Efforts Impact the Whole Corporation
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