There's a case against diversity in the workplace
Companies promote diversity in the workplace as a moral imperative with "bottom line benefits." But research on the value of diversity is mixed. Some studies have found diverse teams — meaning workgroups comprised of employees of different races, genders and backgrounds — promote creativity, nurture critical thinking and tend to make better, more thoughtful decisions because they consider a wider range of perspectives. Other studies indicate diverse teams fuel interpersonal conflicts, reduce cohesion and slow the pace of learning.
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