McKinsey & Company | January 01, 2015

This report examines data collected from 366 public companies across a range of industries in Canada, Latin America, the US, and the UK. Diversity is defined along both gender and racial lines, and findings include: companies with higher gender diversity are more likely to have financial returns, and industries have difficulty performing well in both gender and racial diversity.

About the study

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