Did Wells Fargo Really Plan Fake Interviews To Dodge Diversity?

After years of activism and a series of national reckonings about racial and gender inequalities, many old-school companies feel under significant pressure to increase diversity representation.

This has sometimes been less the result of an “ethical insight” and more a problem of poor visuals and shareholder pressure.

And in some cases, these types of superficial diversity efforts can be a way for business leaders to tick boxes and hit specific milestones — rather than actually making changes that improve conditions for underrepresented groups in the workplace.

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