Over the past three years, HCI researchers have found that diversity and inclusion is one of the top five concerns of Human Resources professionals. The increased concern, however, hasn't necessarily resulted in improved outcomes for diversity and inclusion initiatives. A recent study in the Harvard Business Review (Krentz, 2019) underscores these difficulties and finds that underrepresented groups feel they have not personally benefited their organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts.
Organizations want to improve diversity and inclusion in the workforce but may not know where to start or are focused on the wrong things. In this research, we want to understand how organizations are approaching diversity in 2020 and what HR professionals are doing now to address the employee experience in a diverse workplace. What works in increasing feelings of inclusion and belonging while ensuring equity in compensation and available opportunities?
Join the HCI research team as we share the findings from our latest Talent Pulse report. All registrants will receive a complimentary copy of the research report.
Hear the D&I policies, programs, and resources of high-performing organizations
Benchmark your organization's approaches and challenges
Learn how to collect the needed data and measure D&I outcomes