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Join the brightest minds in HR and understand how they're prioritizing diversity and inclusion, skill development, and employee experience.
Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) initiatives are no longer optional. Their impact to employee engagement and business performance makes them a key component of a winning business strategy. Read this report to learn how 10 leading global organizations, including Schneider Electric, DHL, and Marriott are using a variety of tactics to embed D&I into their daily business.
In order to truly make an impact on both business performance and your employees, you need to focus on three key areas:
76% of organizations do not track diversity metrics beyond demographics*
Go beyond the benchmark to gain clarity around your purpose, progress and impact. This means getting a holistic view of your workforce, measuring the progress of diversity and inclusion initiatives on a regular basis and determining the business impact through data you can trust.
* Diversity wins: How inclusion matters; McKinsey, 2020
33% of Black employees aspire to leadership yet only 3.2% achieve this*
Grow your talent by recruiting, developing and retaining with purpose and equity. Empower people leaders and line managers by embedding diversity and inclusion practices into everyday interactions like career development and performance conversations, learning recommendations and talent reviews.
* Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarking Study; Global Data Sheet, PWC, 2020
84% of women, minority and LGBTQ+ employees have experienced workplace microaggressions*
Foster belonging through connections, community and guidance. Support employees in bringing their authentic selves to work, connecting with communities and mentors, and accessing all the opportunities the organization has to offer.
* Being Black in Corporate America; Center for Talent Innovation, 2019
Every good idea at Oracle comes from our employees. By building diverse and inclusive teams, we benefit from each other’s strengths and perspectives. That’s what turns good ideas into great ideas.
Safra Catz Oracle CEO
We’re proud to be a company that makes diversity and inclusion a priority. It starts with you. Join us in building a collaborative culture full of people with diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities.