The Federal Reserve announced Monday that it is conducting two virtual diversity and inclusiveness training sessions for its 23,000 employees early next month.
According to the press release, the organization’s training sessions will be ”focused on the experiences that underrepresented groups have as they participate in the economy, the economics profession, central banking, and finance.”
The Nov. 8 video conference will focus on gender influences on the economy and financial outcomes over a person’s lifetime and will also discuss strategies to make the economy ”more inclusive” during its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, the release said.
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