Frankly, I’d be more interested if they focused more on their ideological and religious diversity instead of assuming that race is the only difference between people.
A new report from Google has revealed that little has changed despite a commitment to increasing diversity among staff employed by the tech giant.
Overall nearly 70% of Google staff were men, as has been the case since 2014.
In the US almost 90% were white or Asian, 2.5% were black and 3.6% Latin American.
The figures also showed that black and Latin American employees had the highest attrition rate in 2017 – those choosing to leave.
“….despite significant effort, and some pockets of success, we need to do more to achieve our desired diversity and inclusion outcomes,” wrote Danielle Brown, diversity vice-president, in the report.