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Diversity and Inclusion – Return on Investment, part 4: Litigation, Fine, and Payout Reduction

Harassment litigation represents a catastrophic failure of an organization’s diversity and inclusion program. In these circumstances, the organization not only fell short of excellent performance but realized such aberrant behavior as to be non-compliant with applicable laws. Such occurrences not only represent large one-time costs associated with reduced productivity, heightened distraction, and elevated attrition.


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