In response to a Harvard Business Review article by Megan Johnson, Amber Hacker, Michael Hill, and Eboo Patel. Read the article here.
While religious diversity is a side of DEI that is often overlooked or avoided, a recent article from Harvard Business Review highlights the benefits of embracing this facet of diversity, urging employers to view religion as an opportunity rather than a risk. By setting guidelines for respectful discussions and religious diversity training, the article claims that companies can improve religious literacy within their organizations, leading to a more cohesive work environment and unique business prospects. Companies that have introduced plans to establish religious diversity, for example Nike’s Victory Swim Collection, cite positive impacts upon embracing religious diversity in business strategies.
Should religious diversity be considered in developing robust corporate governance teams?