Pile of hands joined together Employers must show employees and stakeholders that they don't plan on letting the issue of diversity and inclusion slip down on the priority list or become usurped by "more pressing" business goals. (Credit: Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock.com)

The past several months have been truly unprecedented for HR leaders worldwide. In addition to navigating a global pandemic, and helping their teams adjust to the potentially unfamiliar dynamic of remote work, so many social issues have finally emerged to the forefront of the conversation.

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