Incentives for in-house recruiters to bring in “diversity hires” hasn’t led to offers, says Wall Street Journal.
After five years, Silicon Valley might be becoming less frivolous following a funding shift away from social media to deep learning.
It’s unfortunate the lack of women in progressive and disruptive industries, like the startup tech world, is still a topic for discussion in 2016. Yet, here we are.
A study by the BBC says that while Dubai has 83% of its population hailing from abroad, Toronto has a far wider spread of nationalities – 230 in all. Why Diversity Matters, a report by management consulting firm McKinsey & Co. reveals a strong correlation between diversity and financial success: companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35% more likely to have above average returns.
Toronto distinguishes itself as Canada’s financial center, the fourth-largest metropolis in North America, and its namesake university ranks in the world’s top-20. Toronto is also one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world, a metric that McKinsey & Co. says supports corporate success. So where are the Toronto-bred unicorns?