Everyone is making commitments to change in the new year. Don't let a job change be on the list for your employees.
Many employers focus on attracting and hiring diverse talent but are unable to keep them due to the lack of proactive retention programs. Keeping diverse talent engaged and motivated is essential to retention, and building a culture that supports diversity, equity and inclusion is key, since employees who are satisfied with their organization's commitment to DEI are twice as engaged as dissatisfied employees (ADP, 2019).
The biggest challenge for organizations when it comes to employee retention is to really understand the needs of the workforce, and then to develop tangible, measurable actions to ultimately ingrain DEI into their DNA just like their employees are hoping to see.
Want to reduce attrition? Uncover diversity and inclusion insights with the Pulsely DEI Dashboard and understand how to increase engagement and retention of your workforce.
Do you want to start the new year with more psychological safety in your team? Here are 5 experiments you can try today.
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When we talk about misconduct, we’re often talking about toxic behavior that became normalized as part of a toxic workplace. When leaders use their voices and put appropriate action, they help create a culture with ethical values at the core, establishing a safe space for reporting misconduct without threat of retaliation while emphasizing a zero tolerance policy.
Is Your Organization a DEI Leader or Laggard? (Article)
Whether your organization is a leader or a laggard in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is a reflection of how you benchmark against other companies, but also and more importantly, it’s a direct reflection on how your culture is experienced by your own employees.
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Inclusive meetings help to create a positive team environment in which team members feel psychologically safe and maximize effectiveness. Yet, meetings are notorious for distorted power dynamics and bias.