May 3rd, 2021 · 2 min read
Making the case for your diversity, equity and inclusion plan
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) — executives know how this matters, but that’s only just the beginning. You, as the HR director or leader, are in a position to empower your C-suite to take action. This includes developing, implementing and measuring a workforce DEI program.
So, what are the most critical DEI program elements to communicate to company leadership? Download this free diversity presentation template that outlines what the C-suite wants (and needs) to know in order to get started with a DEI program that has a lasting, meaningful impact.
Learn about industry benchmarks related to how companies perform on metrics such as the gender pay gap, racial diversity and more. Then, utilize the template provided to create surveys, measure how your company compares and set quarterly company goals.
- Objectives and key results
Access suggestions for action items and key results that align with program objectives including:
- Diversity: Become a company that reinforces diversity from start to finish.
- Equity: Create a culture that presents equal opportunities for all employees.
- Inclusion: Build a culture of open communication and inclusivity.
- Project roadmap
Use the timeline template as a starting point to map out dates, deadlines and activities to keep the project moving forward and achieving desired results.
Understand the key audiences and dependencies for a DEI program. Department leaders, for instance, will be responsible for helping initiative programs, surveys and best practices for creating a more inclusive work environment. Additionally, they’ll need to find time for training and create an environment that is open and safe for all employees.
For more information about advancing your DEI programs, be sure to access these additional resources:
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