Newsweek Names Children's Mercy Among Greatest Workplaces 2023 for Diversity
Most companies these days talk a lot about diversity. It is common to hear employers emphasizing their efforts to recruit and promote people of different ages, races, genders, sexuality and abilities. And that makes sense, not only because diversity is important particularly to younger job applicants, but also because it is well-documented that workplaces filled with people with different worldviews are more creative, more innovative and generally make better decisions. Employing a wide variety of people who feel comfortable and respected isn't a desirable perk, it is simply good business.
With the word "diversity" attracting so much attention from companies, however, it can be tough for job applicants, customers and potential business partners to tell who is serious about supporting a diverse workforce and who is not. To that end, Newsweek and market data research firm Plant-A Insights are proud to introduce "America's Greatest Workplaces 2023 For Diversity," our scored list of the 1,000 companies that employees say really respect and value different kinds of people.
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