Goldman Sachs Releases Diversity Data on Leadership Makeup, And the Numbers Aren’t Promising

Goldman Sachs Releases Diversity Data on Leadership Makeup, And the Numbers Aren’t Promising

In its recent 2020 sustainability report, the firm highlights its commitment to Black women through its One Million Black Women program — an initiative that invests over $10 billion in Black women-led organizations. Other data in the report, however, reveals that the firm currently employs just 49 Black people in executive and senior manager positions. That figure represents a measly 3.2% of high-level positions at Goldman Sachs. Related: How to Use Executive Search Recruitment Practices to Foster Diversity and Inclusion in Your WorkforceThe report also shows that there were only 105 Black employees in lower-level managerial roles. Moreover, of the 12,521 professionals that the Wall Street firm employs, just 870 are Black (452 are Black men and 418 Black women). 

Data from Goldman Sachs sustainability report.

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