Can supplier diversity work outside of the United States? Yes, provided it is implemented with local cultural competence in mind, says Elizabeth Vasquez, President and CEO, WEConnect International, at DiversityInc's October event.
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Employees who feel they can “bring their whole selves to work” and are spending their days in inclusive environments are more engaged and, therefore, more innovative and productive. The question for multinational corporations increasingly is: How can we make that happen in all our global locations? It’s not an easy question, as the third year …
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