Fighting For Diverse Talent in Biopharma
In The US, Where Black Inequity Has Become A Focus, Companies Compete For Talent
In the United States, where Black inequity has become a focus of diversity efforts, biopharma companies are working hard to recruit and retain individuals from these communities. In fact, the search for such employees and leaders has become so competitive that competition for diverse talent within the industry is now "fierce," as one executive told In Vivo.
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