Monday, April 14, 2008

Diversity in Michigan

Clayton & McKervey in Southfield, Mich., gets a nice mention in a Crain's Detroit Business story on diversity:
Southfield-based Clayton & McKervey P.C. has seen its diverse staff help grow new business. The accounting firm has built a multilingual staff, with 13 to 15 languages spoken among its 65 employees. And, the firm holds cultural training. About nine to 12 months ago, the firm hired a Russian-born CPA, which ultimately led to a new Russian client. “We have had this happen with Chinese and Mexican clients as well,” said Kevin McKervey, shareholder in charge of international services.
The whole story's pretty interesting.

Companies must set goals for diversity [Detroit Business]

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