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How the first diversity lead at Uber and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign cultivates inclusion at HR tech company Gusto

17 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Bernard Coleman III calls HR the "operational glue" that holds together every piece of an organization.
Coleman is the chief diversity and engagement officer at HR tech company Gusto. He was also the first chief diversity and HR officer for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and Uber's first global head of diversity and inclusion.
He joined Gusto, which employs more than 1,400 people and is valued at almost $4 billion , in January 2020. That was just months before the coronavirus pandemic hit the US and before a widespread reckoning among business leaders around...
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