Publishers Weekly calls it a “must-read for anyone interested in the causes of—and potential solutions to—American poverty.” With the release of “The Financial Diaries: How Americans Cope in a World of Uncertainty”, authors Jonathan Morduch and Rachel Schneider offer further insights about how people spend, save, borrow and plan that inspire new ways of improving Americans’ financial lives. Join us to learn:
– Why stories from the profiled families points to a gap between the idea of what “middle-class” means and actual experiences;
– How the growing use of contract workers (the Gig Economy) means that more workers today have volatile income and bear more risk; and
– What the financial services industry can do to deal with cash flow volatility, featuring some innovative solutions to help “smooth” income and expense spikes.
Impact in Action: Diversity Driving Revenue is designed for investors to explore how diversity and inclusion can provide insights into risk management and drive financial outperformance long-term.
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We are in the midst of an historical shift in perspective that is affecting companies across the world and across industry boundaries. Diversity is becoming a performance issue, a growth engine.
– Debra Walton, Thomson Reuters.
Diversity and inclusion are part of the Nestlé values…We believe that a diverse workforce is more creative and more successful in serving our consumers and customers.
– Peter Vogt, Nestlé S.A.