Why Diversity & Inclusion should be on your agenda:
There are numerous benefits to be gained from a workforce make-up that reflects a range of diverse backgrounds and cultures:
- A broader range of backgrounds and opinions helps to deliver more well considered and well informed decision making.
- Harnessing a more diverse range of skills and perspectives can increase creativity and innovation.
- A more diverse range of customers and suppliers are drawn to work with you as you ‘get’ their views and perspectives. This in turn can help open up new markets and opportunities.
- Discrimination-related litigation and compensation claims could occur less frequently.
How PeoplePulse can help your organisation:
Confidential and comprehensive, PeoplePulse’s Staff Diversity & Inclusion Surveys provide a clear picture of the make-up of your workforce to help you develop policies, initiatives and training that will be inclusive for all.
You shouldn’t be relying on gut feel alone to devise your plans. By better understanding and quantifying the make-up of your organisation’s workforce you become better equipped to develop strategies and practices that promote a healthy, diversified culture.
PeoplePulse delivers a proven and confidential solution for organisations wishing to run a professional staff Diversity & Inclusion survey:
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Call us on +61 2 9232 0172 to discuss your Employee Diversity & Inclusion Survey needs, and for a free, no-obligation online demo. Alternatively, please drop us a note below:
PeoplePulse Staff Diversity & Inclusion Surveys – What you receive:
Why Choose PeoplePulse?
Trusted by over 1,000 organisations since we were established in 2003, PeoplePulse combines the very best in online survey software & reporting with your own Project & Account Manager – with you every step of the way. Survey reporting experts from our Insights Division can even prepare, present and workshop your results for you, so you can free up your time to focus on implementing the insights you’ll gain.
Trusted by over 1,000 organisations since 2003: