Diversity and Inclusion

Why workplace diversity and inclusion should not be a numbers game

To be truly inclusive, companies must empower employees and change the corporate culture. Image: Mimi Thian/Unsplash

Gillian Tans

Chairwoman, Booking.com BV

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