Close to one billion women will enter the global workforce by 2020, but these women are likely to drop out or get stuck in dead-end jobs. Gender equality is a human rights issue, but engaging women in the workforce is primarily an economic issue—diverse leaders drive bottom-line growth and high-level innovation for global corporations. This book isn’t only for women, chief inclusion officers or HR practitioners. It offers insight and case studies from global leaders on why it’s a priority for everyone in an organization. To attract, retain and promote women, the best companies worldwide have made inclusion part of their entire culture, not just their hiring processes. Diversity in the workplace isn't just the "right" thing to do—it's a financially savvy strategy in today's hyper-competitive digital marketplace.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ruchika Tulshyan covers diversity and leadership for Forbes. She is a passionate advocate and speaker for amplifying the voices of women in the workplace. Ruchika's writing has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Time and Bloomberg, among other publications. She has reported from six cities across four countries. Ruchika holds degrees from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and the London School of Economics.