To increase diverse representation across the organization, DE&I can’t just live in the realm of HR. These efforts should span the entire company. That requires a new starting point: the frontline workforce. This is the employee population with the greatest racial and ethnic diversity, but these individuals are often overlooked and not cultivated to be upwardly mobile.

This guide lays out how businesses should think about investing in employee education and upskilling as a key first step for DE&I efforts.

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How to Leverage Education and Upskilling as an Equity Driver for All Employees

For business leaders to address DE&I effectively, they need to stop viewing it as a singular initiative and start examining systems, policies, and processes.

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How to Leverage Education and Upskilling as an Equity Driver for All Employees

For business leaders to address DE&I effectively, they need to stop viewing it as a singular initiative and start examining systems, policies, and processes.

To increase diverse representation across the organization, DE&I can’t just live in the realm of HR. These efforts should span the entire company. That requires a new starting point: the frontline workforce. This is the employee population with the greatest racial and ethnic diversity, but these individuals are often overlooked and not cultivated to be upwardly mobile.

This guide lays out how businesses should think about investing in employee education and upskilling as a key first step for DE&I efforts.