No matter where your company is on its unique DEI journey, it’s important to communicate properly with employees, customers, and other stakeholders — especially when it comes to areas where your DEI record has been flawed.
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are increasingly important to stakeholders. These non-financial criteria help measure a company’s ethical impact and sustainability, guiding investment and purchasing decisions.
Many organizations worry about whether their DEI initiatives are performative, rather than genuine. How can you be sure your stated commitment is supported with action and progress? These five steps will help ensure that you are acting with authenticity and intention.
Traditionally, DEI training has focused on inclusion efforts within an organization. However, investing in DEI for your frontline employees also ensures that your organization’s values are expressed outwardly.