Should diversity data be made public in company reports?

November 2007
People Management;1/11/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p9
The article presents the views of two human resource professionals on the question of whether diversity data should be made public in company reports. Dennis Gissing of BT Group emphasizes the importance of ensuring that individual information is kept confidential. Fleur Bothwick of Ernst & Young argues that making diversity data public in company reports is not realistic.


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