When it comes to diversity in hiring, businesses are their own worst enemy

Jonathan McBride Contributor

Jonathan McBride is the former global head of inclusion and diversity at BlackRock and previously served as director of the Presidential Personnel Office in the White House.

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Over the past year, companies have continued to make ambitious pledges to address bias and systemic racism in the hiring process. But the track record of previous corporate diversity efforts is shaky at best. Is this time going to be

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