i guess it is true that all good things must come to an end. i did not really believe that until it happen to me. it's been six weeks now since my partner - without prior indications in this direction - decided to end our 20 months' relationship. the reasons he gave, i still am trying to understand, work through it and make some

organisations of various sizes can benefit from having a transparent diversity and inclusion policy in place. this article highlights the 6 most important reasons (as we see them) for implementing such a policy.

normally corporate company guidelines apply to all geographical areas of business. for instance, a policy (of guideline) stipulating how suppliers should be entered into an erp-system, covers all aspects of obtaining the master data, the process of approval to actually allow the supplier to be registered and then also the system steps to capture the supplier's data in the erp-system. with a global diversity & inclusion policy this mindset could lead to many problems.

not everyone is inclined to stand up in front of thousands of people and present a new idea. well, good news...there won't be thousands of faces looking at your every move, listening to your every word.

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