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Vice President of Talent Management Elles Skony said enterprise software company Centro is focused on self-improvement. To drive that principle, Centro hosts diversity and inclusion discussions where employees can initiate new societal topics to discuss and engage in. These conversations led to some employees forming “community groups” which are dedicated to intimate conversations and community awareness."
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