Washington Football Team President On The Employment Divide In Corporate America

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Published on 6 Aug 2020, 16:00
Ex-NFL player, McKinsey partner, and current Washington Football Team president Jason Wright, says that bold ideas are necessary in order to close the inequality gap in the workplace. Wright suggests tying executive bonuses to their ability to elevate black talent, hiring based on skills rather than credentials, and retraining jobs vulnerable to automation. Other recommendations include raw dialogue among white and black colleagues and external pressures from investors and other stakeholders.

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McKinsey Partner And Ex-NFL Player Jason Wright On Elevating Black Talent
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