All things being equal – featuring Laura O’Connell, Global Head of HR

      Are equal opportunity polices getting left behind due to coronavirus?

      As the world starts to open back up, and the workplace gets “back to normal”, initiatives such as equal opportunity policies – that may have had to have taken a back seat during these unprecedented times as employers were stretched to the limit – are creeping their way back up the priority list. Are companies doing enough to ensure that equal opportunities initiatives are being properly implemented and have the desired effect, or are they even needed in 2021?

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