In this “Featured Insight” series, we continue to examine the question, “Are race and ethnicity universal issues that employers should be addressing with a common approach?” Our first piece compared the unique situations in the United Kingdom, Brazil, Malaysia, and Singapore; the second examined the same question in India, and the third highlighted Nigeria. Although race and ethnicity are social constructs with definitions that change with the historical context, human perceptions of these constructs are nonetheless powerful and consequential.
Here, the focus is on Mexico.
This resource explores what diversity in Mexico really means and examines how the country’s demographics, history, and culture have contributed to the range of issues Mexicans currently face today.
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Every country has distinct diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges. Check out the new Global DEI Challenges Map to explore key diversity factors around the world.