Workforce and Employment

Inclusion and diversity isn't just good for employees – it's good for the bottom line

HSBC's lion statues outside its Hong Kong headquarters were painted in rainbow colours to launch a “Celebrate Pride, Celebrate Unity” campaign. Image: REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Smilla Yuan

Head of Greater China, Willis Towers Watson

Chad O’Reilly

Member of the Asia I&D Council, Willis Towers Watson

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