As a global company, having a diverse workforce from different backgrounds, nationalities, age, expertise, and talent is of the utmost importance.
We strive to reflect the diversity of our customers and the communities in which we live and work. We continue to focus on the development of an inclusive company culture. Our values and business principles articulate the importance we place on our diversity and believe it is one of the factors that differentiates us from many of our peers. We aim to create equal opportunities for all employees regardless of personal background, race, gender, nationality, age, sexual orientation, physical disability, or religion. Our commitment is backed by substantial research on the advantages diversity brings to an organization, including increased profitability, creativity, stronger governance, and better decision-making. One such Boston Consulting Group study found that companies with more diverse management teams have 19% higher revenues due to innovation.
"Our ultimate priority is developing the most talented people, regardless of their gender, background or life preferences. As a company, we benefit from this. If all companies commit to this diversity, the whole of society will benefit", Nancy McKinstry, CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board, Wolters Kluwer
We've been recognized by American employees in Forbes America’s Best Employers for Diversity in 2020 and Forbes America’s Best Employers for Women in 2019.
Learn more about diversity at Wolters Kluwer
HBR’s Curt Nickisch and Nancy McKinstry talk digital transformation
“Our most diverse teams are the most creative; they’re the most innovative and they deliver the best results.”
“If you create more diversity, you attract more diversity”
The importance of women's quota to speed up the process.
Diversity as a driver for success
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