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Why Gender Equality Makes Business Sense

Karel Doshi, HSBC Malaysia | Mark Koh, Supahands

08-Mar-21 12:00

Why Gender Equality Makes Business Sense

Part of embedding sustainable practices into a business is ensuring equality - and gender equality is a key component of that. The greater our empathy and diversity, the better an organisation reflects the world of its customers and communities, and the better it can serve them. So how can organisations improve gender equality in the workplace? And has the pandemic helped or hindered the progress of this movement?

Produced by: Christine Wong, Freda Liu & Audrey Raj

Presented by: Freda Liu & Audrey Raj


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