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Challenges Continue for African-American Accountants

Leaders of the accounting profession have made substantial efforts to increase diversity in the workforce, but a survey suggests that more needs to be done to improve inclusion of African-American staff. Among other things, leaders should seek to prevent unconscious bias and ensure that informal networks are welcoming of diverse membership.

To read the full article in the Journal of Accountancy, click: Challenges Continue for African-American Accountants.

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