Commentary: Get Serious About Diversity TrainingRon Stodghill II
During the past decade, Corporate America has spent hundreds of millions of dollars trying to effect racial harmony. Why? In part, the legacy of the civil rights movement demanded such an effort. More than that, though, changing demographics made such an effort urgent. The Hudson Institute's 1987 Workforce 2000 report made that stunningly clear. Its conclusion: Minorities would make up more than half of net new entrants into the labor force by 2000.
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