Workforce and Employment

How companies can 'walk the talk' on pressing social issues

Consumers now demand that companies pay more than lip service to issues like racism. Image: Reuters/Henry Nicholls

Dominic King

Senior Principal, Accenture Research

Josh Rhodes

Consultant, Accenture Strategy


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