January 22, 2014 — How can we break down barriers for women? By making diversity a priority and following through with practical solutions. Koen Van Neyghem, Regional Director EMEA, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS), says: “This cannot be the flavor of the day or the project of the month; this has to become really the way…you do your business on [a] day-to-day basis because it just makes business sense.”
To learn more about how businesses can leverage the unique talents and perspectives that each employee brings to the table, read Catalyst’s new report, Feeling Different: Being the Other in US Workplaces, and view our infographic.
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