Create talent to tackle diversity

Adrian Love

Talent management alone is not enough to improve the diversity of your workforce.

The recruitment director for UK & Ireland at consultancy and professional services firm Accenture has suggested that talent management alone may not be enough to improve workforce diversity.

Speaking to heads of resourcing and talent leaders at a Resourcing Leaders 100 event in London, Adrian Love posed the question: “Do we need to move the conversation on so...

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