Diversity and inclusion (D&I) is one of the leading initiatives recognized by corporate tax and accounting firms and professionals, spurring several firms to conduct studies on the issue over the past few years. Bloomberg Tax’s recent report, Diversity and Inclusion Study: The Struggle to Meet D&I Goals, includes data from over 400 tax and accounting professionals at the manager level and above. In general, the study suggests that, although the tax world has a long road ahead to meet D&I goals, tax professionals are actively looking for ways to close the gap between intentions and reality.
Below are a handful of key takeaways from Bloomberg’s report that shed light on the current D&I situation in tax and offer insights into how the industry aims to achieve its D&I objectives. To explore Bloomberg’s findings further, download the study at pro.bloombergtax.com/reports/diversity-inclusion-di-goals.
Source: Bloomberg Tax, Diversity and Inclusion Study: The Struggle to Meet D&I Goals, pro.bloombergtax.com/reports/diversity-inclusion-di-goals