Beyond the social impact of supporting refugee communities, an inclusive approach also makes good economic sense. Leaders from the Tent Partnership, a coalition of over 100 multinationals, talk about their work with Brunswick’s Tom McGivan and Ann-Kathrin Richter.
By Tom McGivan
17 February 2021
Shellye Archambeau sits on four boards including Verizon’s and Nordstrom’s, and was one of Silicon Valley’s first African American female CEOs. She spoke with the Review about her new book, the Business Roundtable’s effects inside the boardroom, and why she “detests” work-life balance.
By Edward Stephens
20 October 2020
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd, Brunswick Insight conducted two waves of polling among U.S. workers to understand their opinions and perceptions of companies speaking out on racial discrimination in America, what actions companies should take, and their concerns surrounding the protests.
By Mara Riemer
17 June 2020
Each June in Washington, D.C. and across the world, members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies celebrate Pride, a tradition that is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this June. But with parades cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the LGBTQ+ community and allies are faced with a novel problem: how do we celebrate Pride without parades?
19 May 2020