Build a more inclusive culture with the solution tailor-made for your workplace.
To truly emphasize inclusion, you have to create a culture that embraces diverse ideas, perspectives, experiences and people. But just like no two people are identical, there’s no “standard” company culture. Your culture is unique — that’s what makes your company great.
When it comes to fostering inclusion, you need a relevant approach, a solution tailored to your mission, your leaders, your people. But where do you start?
With Limeade, every customer starts with an employee survey and an inclusion score, showing where your company is today and how it can improve. From creating a dedicated space for employees to offer feedback to launching activities based on areas for improvement, Limeade Inclusion goes beyond the surface-level, turning ongoing data and insights into meaningful action at every level.
Employees who feel included:
Limeade Institute and Artemis Research, 2018.
Learn more about Inclusion, what it means to your people and how to bring it to life at your company.
The building blocks of inclusion
in your workplace
Every company is different, but the components of inclusion are universal.
How you bring them to life in your workplace is up to you, and your people.
HAVING A VOICE
When they feel they “have a voice,” people are more likely to share their ideas and opinions.
Feeling known and valued strengthens an employee’s connection to your company.
When an employee feels appreciated, there’s a greater sense of value and satisfaction.
SENSE OF UNIQUENESS
People need to feel that their company cares about their unique strengths and experiences.
Growth opportunities communicate organizational investment in career development.
A collaborative environment helps break down silos and promotes overall inclusion.
ACCESS TO RESOURCES
Diversity and affinity groups show people that your company is committed to their well-being.
When you explain why inclusion is important, everyone can turn strategy into action.
WHAT CAN INCLUSION DO FOR YOUR COMPANY?
The results tell a powerful story — inclusion can be a transformative force for organizational success, shaping a great employee experience and building cultures that innovate. The potential is there, but it relies on leaders displaying ongoing commitment and employees understanding and practicing inclusive behavior.
Download our guide, Inclusion in Your Workplace, to learn more about inclusion, what it means to your people and how to bring it to life in meaningful ways.