The business case for diversity has never been stronger. Diverse organisations, with inclusive cultures, have a greater capacity to foster innovation, creativity and empathy in ways that homogeneous environments rarely do. Employees are also expected to encourage their employers to support movements like Black Lives Matter and break down the gender pay gap.
But progress requires more than well-intentioned policies and programmes. Biases are often unconscious and automatic, therefore objective data is key in establishing a diversity and inclusion cultural baseline, identifying priorities and tracking progress.
- Undertake a temperature check for diversity, equality and inclusion
- Understand if your workforce demographics reflect where you recruit and your customer base
- Gain insights into building a more inclusive culture
It’s quick to set up and only takes five minutes for employees to complete. Plus, it’s GDPR compliant and your results are confidential, and there’s no cost or catch – we're just trying to do our bit to help.
What type of questions are organisations asking?
- My organisation values the diversity of its employees
- I feel comfortable voicing my ideas, even when they are different to others
- People of all cultures and backgrounds have the same opportunities at my organisation
- I can be myself at work
- I feel like I belong at my organisation
Plus gathering demographic data like ethnicity and gender.
WorkBuzz’s free diversity and inclusion pulse survey provides a temperature check, at a given point in time. Our paid-for solutions also enable you to run more regular pulses to track your employee experience, remote working and diversity and inclusion progress over time. More information can be found on our website.