Diversity Training & Counseling

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Companies that want to attract and keep the best talent recognize that diversity is increasingly important to new employees, some of whom will become tomorrow's business leaders.

Companies that want to attract and keep the best talent recognize that diversity is increasingly important to new employees, some of whom will become tomorrow’s business leaders. However, much of the guidance available to employers about diversity management is of limited utility because it either suggests that a company must fundamentally change the way it conducts operations to manage diversity effectively, or it encourages companies to pursue diversity without connecting that pursuit to concrete business goals. Freeman Mathis & Gary’s diversity counseling is targeted to any company looking for a different approach, one that does more than enable it to “be a good corporate citizen” or “reflect the communities we serve.” FMG’s diversity counseling is geared to any company that wants to develop a diversity management strategy that: (1) addresses compliance-related concerns; (2) requires little “buy-in” from the workforce population; (3) inures to the benefit of all employees; (4) does not require a company to revamp the way it conducts day-to-day operations; and (5) allows the company to attract the most talented members of tomorrow’s workforce.

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