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Curated resources to support diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
How to Create Objective Career Frameworks that Level the Playing Field
Building an objective career framework can help your business advance DEI by giving all employees the same shot at development. Here's a look at what it takes.
4 Ways to Celebrate Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
Greater diversity and inclusion in the workplace fuels a wider range of ideas and expertise, helping evolve any organization’s collective knowledge and overall mindset.
How Ripple is Using Self-ID Demographic Data to Close Gaps Across a Global Workforce
Executing a global self-ID campaign is no small feat yet is critical to better understanding your current workforce and surfacing gaps in representation. Learn how Ripple gets it done.
Get Serious About Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion: 4 Reasons You Need a Dedicated DEI Team
Establishing a dedicated DEI team allows your organization to ensure DEI receives the right attention, support, and resources to drive meaningful action and results.
A Q&A With DEI Leaders on the Future of DEI
In this Q&A, leaders from Ripple, Blend, The TCS Group, and Malida Advisors discuss the importance of diversity now, and what it means for the future.
Why your DEI and business strategies should be aligned (and how to do it)
Want to align your DEI and company strategies? Learn tips for how business leaders can give DEI the platform it deserves.
Why DEI training alone won’t combat workplace bias (and what you can do about it)
To effect meaningful change, companies need to connect trainings with concrete action that targets the root cause of workplace discrimination and inequality.
7 reports to help you uncover gender disparities
Hoppy International Women's History Month! Use these top 7 people analytics reports to help you uncover potential gender disparities.
Enabling action with DEI data
Transparency drives accountability and change. Sharing your DEI data might be uncomfortable - and that is ok. Share it anyway.
Understanding DEI data
There are many ways to analyze Diversity, Equity and Inclusion data - visualize it to provide a quick snapshot and surface meaningful insights.
Identifying and collecting DEI data
The first step to creating an inclusive culture is to know where you stand. Here's some tips to identify and collect DEI data.
Taking a data-driven approach to DEI
When companies know and own their DEI data, they can take measurable steps to resolve gaps and biases. Let's hop to it!
Want a successful diversity and inclusion strategy? Get middle management buy-in
For DEI to be successful, everyone needs to get on board. With the right tools and resources, managers can be your diversity and inclusion linchpin.
How workforce analytics can help you identify and beat your implicit biases
Biases can crop up in our hiring and recruitment practices without us even knowing it. Learn how you can use data to identify and beat implicit bias.
Diversity in hiring: 3 alternatives to hiring for cultural fit
Hiring for culture fit could be dangerous for your org. Instead, adopt an approach that identifies candidates who will shape, grow, and add to your culture.