202128 Apr
Report: Most Organizations “Just Going through the Motions” on Promoting Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Type
General News
Source
Google
Summary

• 40% of organizations view diversity and inclusion as a risk management and compliance issue, yet still have no comprehensive DEI strategy in place. • When the CEO establishes the DEI strategy and frequently communicates progress, the organization is 6.3 times more likely to be a leader in its industry segment and to have a diverse leadership team. The entire domain is highly complex, and many companies turn to legacy tactics of unconscious bias training, diverse recruiting, and other directives that can backfire and even contribute to more division than unity. It’s time for CEOs and CHROs to define their businesses in diverse, fair, and inclusive ways.” Organizations that legitimately focus on DEI have a more engaged, innovative and profitable workforce. In light of this the question isn’t that organizations need to ask themselves isn’t “should we make DEI a priority?” but rather “how can we afford not to make DEI a priority?” To learn more about optimizing your workforce and effectively promoting diversity, equity and inclusion across your organization — instead of just “going through the motions” — contact PIVOTAL today and learn more about our on-site and off-site HR Management solutions.

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