“The research is clear: companies with diverse and inclusive cultures have higher employee retention rates and less trouble recruiting new employees. So more than ever this is an area in which all industries need to get better.”
“According to the World Economic Forum, companies estimate that by 2024, nearly 40% of workers will need up to six months of upskilling.”
“Tokenism is a recipe for failure.”
“At Companies Where Recognition Incorporates Diversity & Inclusion, 3X as Many Employees are Highly Engaged”
“81% of companies said it was important to have a plan for advancing gender equity but only 42% had one”
A huge thank you to Recruiter.com for featuring our article, “Are You Using Employee Resource Groups to Their Full Potential?”
Tomorrow’s DEI leaders understand that cross-functional change has to come with cross-functional benefits.
“It’s clear that Gen Z prioritize values above all else – companies that don’t understand or reflect that will find themselves struggling to attract and retain the best talent.”
Increasing your data quality requires a commitment to both accuracy and validity in how you measure it. We see lots of emphasis on accuracy and transparency when it comes to diversity data, but this is a moot point unless your tools actually measure what they are supposed to. Human capital is not the same as financial data– do you know how to account for this?
Women hit their peak earning years in their 40s: What does that mean for millennials sidetracked by the pandemic?
The key to strategy-setting post-pandemic is building resilience; managing the D&I impacts of COVID-19 means understanding its multi-dimensional effects.