Financial compliance expert Michel Perez gives The Choice his take on the G7’s tax-rate agreement, and the potential obstacles lying ahead.
Prof. Alisa Sydow comments on the announcement by UNICEF of the first cohort of blockchain investments building solutions toward financial inclusion to receive funding. To her, blockchain-based applications have great potential provided aspects of sustainability are integrated in their development.
Diversity in the workplace is only one part of the equation for successful business performance, the other being actively creating an inclusive environment where employees can express their authentic selves.
What can business leaders do to make sure they are creating an environment where every employee feels comfortable being themselves? To answer this question and more, The Choice spoke to Dame Inga Beale.
To understand the challenges surrounding digital and social inclusion, The Choice met with Jean Deydier, CEO of WeTechCare, a social start-up aiming to close the digital divide.
Chief Conduct Officer Marguerite Burghardt shares her view on the convictions it takes to be a leader, where more work is needed for diversity in business, and why inclusion starts with education.
In France, one in four employees will become caregivers at some point in their lives. So, how will this impact the workplace in the years to come? We spoke to Caroline Mac Naughton, co-founder of Caring Company Project, to hear her thoughts on how businesses need to adjust to this growing phenomenon.
For Prof. Daniela Lup, inclusive practices for hiring and promoting neurodiverse talent can bolster creativity and innovation.
Companies are increasingly faced with religious demands at a global level. Prof. Géraldine Galindo and her co-author assess the tools that corporations have been trying to design in order to address this sensitive issue.
A neurodivergent professional born and raised in Verona, Italy, Tommaso Davi tells his story: how his learning difference made him a “fighter”, and acknowledging it gave him the freedom to be his authentic self.
LGBTQ+ diversity management is happening here and now. In leaving the gap open, we’re missing an important opportunity for both employees and the employer.