For Younger Job Seekers, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Aren’t a Preference. They’re a Requirement

Companies without a diverse workforce and commitment to confronting systemic racism internally are losing out on Millennial and Gen Z employees.

Companies without a diverse workforce and commitment to confronting systemic racism internally are losing out on Millennial and Gen Z employees. Over the last decade, young professionals have increasingly prioritized personal values — whether it be commitment to sustainability, philanthropy or social impact — in deciding where to work,  but now Millennial and Gen Z job seekers also want their employers to be equally committed to internal change. (The Washington Post)

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