Black Canadians believe HR is stamping out racism – but more work needs to be done

Black Canadians believe HR is stamping out racism – but more work needs to be done

The majority of Black Canadians believe their employers are making a genuine effort when it comes to tackling systemic racism – however, these efforts aren’t translating into growth opportunities.
Data released today from KPMG found that 68% of Black Canadians say their organizational leaders have made progress on following through on their promises to be more equitable and enhancing current DEI programs. Yes, despite this improvement, just 35% say these changes have advanced their career prospects. What’s more, four in 10 say nothing much has changed – while for one in 10 the situation has actually become worse.

New research from KPMG in Canada sheds light on the state of microaggresions in 2022.

https://www.hcamag.com/ca/specialization/diversity-inclusion/black-canadians-believe-hr-is-stamping-out-racism-but-more-work-needs-to-be-done/324083

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