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The Pointlessness of Pursuing ‘Diversity’

We’re all obsessing over the wrong thing

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Who says you can’t learn anything during a dreaded work presentation? Several Tuesday afternoons ago, when I logged on for a two-hour video seminar on diversity and inclusion, my expectations were low. I figured I was in for more lip service about the benefits of a diverse workplace delivered to an audience that had heard it…




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Jeremy Helligar

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