More companies say targets are the key to diversity
from The Wall Street Journal
When bonus time rolls around at Johnson & Johnson, top managers are evaluated on revenue, profits and other metrics. This year, their payout will be partly determined by a new set of numbers: Diversity metrics, including how many women they hired in the past year. Realizing that simply voicing support for diversity initiatives won't lead to meaningful change, big companies are setting discrete goals for hiring and retaining women. These include mandating that diverse candidates are interviewed for jobs, and ensuring that new hires get interviewed or vetted by someone other than white men.
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