Consumers are adept at spotting the difference between authentic activism and performative allyship.
IKEA delayed its catalog because of one potentially racist photograph in the middle of the 296-page book.
Boutique hotels have to work a bit harder than the big brands.
From performance reviews to misguided trainings, there are a number of common missteps.
Practically every company says they want to make the world a better place. Anti-racism is their chance to really start thinking big.
Many of the companies on the list have their own history of discrimination.
It was left out of the management canon taught at business schools—but that’s changing now.
ESG-minded companies are arguably better prepared for a post Covid-19 world.
Predictable and utterly practical, the face coverings capture J. Crew at its essence.
What are workers and customers going to remember when the recovery comes?