Paper people cutouts Companies should do more to build awareness and trust between managers and employees, and foster “manager awareness of the employee experience.” (Photo: Shutterstock)

A recent survey of corporate human resource leaders found that, while most are taking proactive steps toward hiring and promoting women, minority and LGBT+ employees, most do not feel their companies’ efforts have been particularly successful.

The April survey of 113 HR leaders by international research and advisory company Gartner found that just 12% thought their company had been effective in cultivating a diverse workforce; the rest “feel their organization has been ineffective or flat at increasing diversity representation.”

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Greg Land

Greg Land covers topics including verdicts and settlements and insurance-related litigation for the Daily Report in Atlanta.

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