For Businesses to Succeed in 2030, Gen Z Says No One Can be Left Behind

What’s New: With Gen Z’s representation in the global workforce set to pass 1 billion by 2030, organizations need to understand the demographic group’s motivations and perspectives on critical issues such as diversity and inclusion. Intel commissioned a study in the U.K. to assess Gen Z’s expectations around diversity, their experiences of bias and how these will contribute to shaping their future career paths. “As Gen Z employees enter the workforce, they are going to make their voice heard on the importance of diversity and inclusion. Many have personally experienced discrimination as a…

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Intel and Lenovo Research Finds Tech is Essential to Driving Global Diversity and Inclusion

The first release of a new global research report from Intel and Lenovo finds that technology will play an integral role in achieving diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace of the future. With the power to bridge accessibility gaps, connect people who are otherwise divided, and expand the benefits of upskilling and progressive training programs, tech is enabling people to work in more dynamic, flexible ways. The study explores how people around the world view D&I in their personal and professional lives, and their perspective on the role technology…

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