Chief Diversity Roles are Disappearing in the Workplace

Chief Diversity Roles are Disappearing in the Workplace

The wave of change in workplaces through diversity, equity, and inclusion roles has quelled, and Black workers will feel the brunt of the chief diversity officers’ (CDOs) absence.

The attrition rate for DEI roles was 33% at the end of 2022, compared to 21% for non-DEI roles. Amazon, Applebees, and Twitter have led the way with DEI layoffs since July 2022, according to Revelio Labs, a New York-based company that uses data to analyze workforce dynamics and trends.

Black CDOs represent only 3.8% overall, with white people making up 76.1% of the roles. Those of Hispanic or Latino ethnicity make up 7.8%, and those of Asian ethnicity make up 7.7%

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