Inequality and unfairness among global teams are low priorities for most HR professionals surveyed recently by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Globalization Partners, and they deserve more attention given global companies’ ongoing struggles with inclusion.
“This is an interesting report that confirms much of what we’ve heard for years: Global talent can make companies more competitive,” noted Lynn Shotwell, SHRM senior vice president, global outreach and operations. “But to fully realize this competitive advantage, companies must commit time and resources to facilitating communications across time zones and cultures to ensure all employees feel equally valued and included.”
The Spring 2019 SHRM/Globalization…
Credit to Allen Smith, J.D. for the original post.