The DEI stats are unequivocal. Forbes research shows the companies most dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion enjoy 20% higher average growth than non-diverse organizations, and McKinsey has found that 67% of job seekers look for racial and gender diversity in prospective workplaces.
However, progress towards greater DEI is slow. But there are companies leading the way, showing what can be achieved through real commitment and creativity. Among them are Microsoft, Gilead Sciences, and Capital One.
This guide looks at how they’re doing it—and how they’re using workplace communications to amplify the diversity of their employee voices, foster belonging, and elevate DEI across their organizations.
- How Capital One hosts town halls to spark DEI conversations
- Gilead Sciences’ Global Inclusion Week
- How Microsoft changed its approach to ERGs into their broader DEI events