Five best practices of successful D&I organisations


Human Resources Online | November 11, 2019

The Human Resources Online article, "Five best practices of successful D&I organisations," featured research from our 2019 Pulse Survey. The article is excerpted below.

Years ago, when organisations talked about D&I practices, most of the time it simply referred to gender diversity. Today, however, D&I clearly goes beyond that – it extends beyond genders to include people with disabilities and mental health conditions, of diverse cultural backgrounds and age groups, mums re-entering the workforce, and more.

In light of that, organisations are constantly reviewing their policies and practices, thus impacting how employees feel about their organisations. On that note, the latest 2019 Pulse Survey by Russell Reynolds Associates has found that when an organisation has advanced D&I strategies, executives working there are about 30% more likely than others to feel highly loyal, innovative, and set up for top performance.

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Five best practices of successful D&I organisations