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Diversity Fueled Growth Strategy

The 2020 Census report unequivocally shows that our societal demographics are dramatically shifting. In response, our firm, grounded in data, aggressively approaches diversity and inclusion (D&I) as a policy and a critical solution to complex business challenges in anticipation of a diversifying future. We decisively move beyond superficial metrics such as hiring quotas for Blacks or women. Instead, we conduct a deep, multifaceted analysis of business needs from the perspectives of employees, shareholders, and customers. We aim to devise and implement robust strategies to protect and enhance your company’s revenue, reputation, and talent retention in this rapidly changing and competitive landscape.

 

Over the next 20 years, the percentage of whites in the U.S. will fall under 50%, making them the new “minority”. While collectively, “minorities” will become the new “majority.” 

A diversity growth strategy identifies the brand vulnerabilities where DEI is concerned, from customer messaging to product development and everything in between. We help you implement strategies to enforce your core values and align your business goals in preparation for this national disruption.

 

Demographics are changing. Quickly. Contact us today to learn more about building a diversity-fueled growth strategy.

3 benefits of DEI strategy

  • Proactive approach = less need for reaction

  • Maintain or grow market share

  • Alignment of culture and business goals

Companies employing an equal number of men and women manage to product up to 41% higher revenue. (Clear Company)

think Workforce diversity is a priority, but 45% do not monitor employee diversity and 46% haven't established programs to measure their organizations' diversity. (Robert Walters)

at small organizations think their workforce reflects the demographics of their environment. (HR.com)

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