Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) in a corporate business may once have been no more than a lofty goal. Today it is seen as an important asset for all types of businesses. This book analyzes the communicative aspects of D&I in organizational as well as corporate settings. Its close look into linguistic practices allows a deeper understanding of D&I and the challenges related to it. The interdisciplinary contributors (scholars and practitioners alike) used quantitative and qualitative approaches. They examined the communication for, within and about a diverse society from a variety of angles. The topics they cover include linguistic diversity, D&I in corporate reports and D&I in criminal law and boardrooms. Thus, they lay out the challenges of implementing D&I management in everyday business. They also highlight the relation between language use and D&I.