Many of the industries on the list including accounting firms, financial services companies, and healthcare organizations, are becoming even more focused on diversity and inclusion. Research continues to show that diversity, including gender, has a direct impact on innovation and business performance, as highlighted in research from McKinsey, BCG and PWC. At Wolters Kluwer, we also believe our diversity has a real impact on our customer relationships.
“We believe our most diverse teams are the most creative, innovative, and deliver the best results”, said Wolters Kluwer CEO, Nancy McKinstry. “This recognition reflects our ongoing commitment to fostering diverse talent in an inclusive environment. We are also proud to be one of three Dutch listed companies to achieve the Dutch 30% gender target law and the EU quota law.”
An instrumental component of our success as a digital company lies in building strong, diverse teams. Good teamwork inside the company, in addition to working closely with customers and partners, is an important way that we deliver high-quality, innovative products. Greater diversity not only results in more effective teamwork and innovation, but also creates a stronger environment for high employee engagement.
Wolters Kluwer continuously strives for an inclusive company culture in which we attract, develop, and retain high-performing, productive, engaged, and diverse talent to deliver on our strategy. The dedication of our highly specialized employees is one of our greatest strengths and key to our future success.
Wolters Kluwer Chief HR Officer, Maryjo Charbonnier, said “Our core value of Win as a Team encompasses valuing diversity including gender, inclusiveness, and respect. We are proud once again to be recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers for Women.”
Listen to our CEO Nancy McKinstry’s perspective on diversity as a driver of our digital transformation in her interview with the Harvard Business Review IdeaCast.
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