Originally published: November 30, 2107
This edition of Generational Viewpoints features two professionals from RSM US LLP, a 9,000-plus-person firm with locations worldwide. We asked Richard Caturano, Baby Boomer national leader for culture, diversity and inclusion and past chairman of the American Institute of CPAs, born in 1953, and Millennial project manager and Generations Employee Network Group leader Irna Lubis, born in 1985, to share their perspectives on this: “From your perspective, why is diversity and inclusion so important in today’s workplace?”
CATURANO’S BABY BOOMER VIEWPOINT
At RSM, our core values of respect, integrity, teamwork, excellence and stewardship guide everything we do. When we apply those values to our people, it’s clear: The best way to ensure we’re bringing the innovative thinking that our clients require is by having a high-performing team of people who are representative of the population.