BUILD AND SUSTAIN AN INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE WITH HABIT-BUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR ALL
Bersin by Deloitte, 2017.
COMPARED TO EMPLOYEES WHO DIDN'T FEEL A SENSE OF INCLUSION* AT WORK, EMPLOYEES WHO DID FEEL INCLUDED:
intended to stay
Limeade Institute, 2018.
*Inclusion = average of two items (“I feel like I belong at this org” and “I can be myself at work”). The "feel included" vs. "do not feel included" categories were determined after aggregate inclusion scores were calculated. If the aggregate score fell above 4 (which would correspond to an "agree" or “strongly agree”), it was coded as "feel included". All others fell into "do not feel included".
LIMEADE INCLUSION HELPS COMPANIES ENCOURAGE EMPLOYEES TO BRING THEIR WHOLE, UNIQUE SELVES TO WORK
Other platforms stop at insights. Limeade solves for action.
Limeade Inclusion utilizes research-based methods for measuring employee perceptions of inclusion at their workplace, including annual baseline survey and periodic check-ins.
The real-time Limeade Inclusion dashboard highlights results, which can be filtered in multiple ways to understand underlying trends. The dashboard features recommended activities for managers and employees to improve.
Based on the survey results, the Limeade Inclusion dashboard provides a series of recommended employee and manager activities that can immediately be infused into the Limeade program.
The Limeade Inclusion communication playbook features templates for program and survey launch as well as follow-up emails to ensure employees understand the importance of an inclusive environment and how to take part. Limeade experts assist with survey strategy, results interpretation and aligning action to people and business goals.
What's the state of inclusion in your workplace?
To build an inclusive culture, you need to understand the dynamics at play in your organization. Read our Inclusion in Your Workplace guide to explore practical strategies for bringing inclusion to life at your company.
6 Books to deepen your knowledge about diversity & inclusion
As inclusion continues to be at the top of the priority list for executives, the need for an understanding of what it means and how to address it is as important as ever. Here are our top picks for what to read now to gain a deeper understanding of inclusion.