Everyone knows how important diversity is, for both people and performance. But it’s taking too long to get there.
of Fortune 500 CEOs and just 15% of corporate executives are women
of disabled working age people are in employment due to barriers
of LGBTQ+ staff don’t think their workplace tries to include them
Harvard Business Review, 2017
A diverse workforce is good for business, but attracting talent can be difficult – especially if you don’t have a reputation for being an inclusive organisation.
You can hire whoever you want, but people will leave if they don’t feel included. That could be socially, culturally, or in terms of the opportunities they’re offered.
To help change the narrative (and those stats!) about diversity in the workplace, consider how your pay and progression structures are viewed internally.
Our Inclusion survey helps you understand the deeply held feelings of your people. It’s designed by experts to help you pin-point and address inclusion issues that are blocking progress on diversity – so you can use your employees’ lived experiences to guide change.
To truly understand how included employees feel – and the nuances and context behind their written feedback – we use advanced language analysis technology.
if your organisation is safe and accessible
if your organisation is trusted to treat people fairly
if your organisation accepts and connects everyone
if your organisation celebrates all identities