Businesses often promote workplace diversity to investors as a key performance driver.
But a new report from responsible investing leader Regnan finds diversity strategies mean little without a focus on equity and inclusion.
- New research report analyses diversity, equity and inclusion as indicators of company performance.
- Diversity programs won’t improve business performance without equity and inclusion.
- The report offers a blueprint for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) programs that deliver both social equity and business performance.
New research from Regnan highlights the need for a rethink of the link between business performance and a company’s DEI strategy, suggesting investors should reconsider the indicators they use to evaluate company performance.