There’s no doubt, coronavirus has dominated the vast majority of things this year. It has halted travel, prevented people from meeting face-to-face, turned working and home life on its head and caused the closures of businesses around the world, leading some to shut permanently. When it comes to the workplace, it seems that the global pandemic has also halted one thing in particular – diversity. What would normally be considered a priority among workplaces and business leaders, now seems to have been put on the back foot as organisations battle with the crisis. In fact, jobs site Indeed has highlighted this plight. The firm recently revealed that over a third of workers believe that covid-19 has delayed efforts to improve diversity, inclusion and belonging in their company....
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