US Firms In London: A Different Approach
UK law firms have traditionally lagged behind US firms in terms of their awareness of diversity issues. Pamela Henry compares the differences of approach between the two and outlines what UK firms can learn from America
Fostering a more diverse organisation is now high on the agenda for most large businesses and law firms in both the UK and the US. These organisations are realising that having a diversity policy in place, however eloquently written, is not sufficient to effectively promote diversity. Instead, they realise that they need to make diversity an intrinsic part of a fair and equitable work culture.
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