According to foreign media reports, in June this year, Microsoft announced a plan to double the number of black managers and leaders. But the company’s latest annual diversification data released today shows that the company is still trying to significantly increase the proportion of black and Latino employees. The software maker says the proportion of both groups has increased by 0.3 percentage points in the past year. The proportion of black employees in the total number of American employees rose to 4.9%, and that of Latino employees rose to 6.6%. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that these two groups make up more than 13% of the U.S. population. “Ethnic and minority communities have seen great progress, but there is still a lot to do,” Lindsay Rae McIntyre, Microsoft’s chief diversity officer, wrote in a blog post It is reported that the proportion of female employees in the company increased to 28.6%. The proportion of black and Latino employees in management positions is lower. Among managers and executives at all levels, black employees account for 2.6% – 3.7%; Latino employees account for 3.3% – 5.4%. Over the past year, two black vice presidents, Marc Brown and Kevin Dallas, left the company last week. Peggy Johnson, one of the company’s most senior women, made the same decision, leaving as CEO of magic leap. < p > < p > Microsoft said it would expand its leadership development program to involve more low-level black employees and prepare them for promotion. In addition, it will strengthen measures to hold vice presidents and general managers accountable for diversity goals in determining pay and promotion. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen