Accenture's Robert Hah Talks Workplace Diversity

"Diversity really allows us to provide the best to our clients," says Hah, Accenture's managing director of senior goods and services.

Accenture is No. 14 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list 


In this video, Accenture's Managing Director of Senior Goods and Services Robert Hah talks about why diversity in the workplace is important to him.

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