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Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are gaining significance and focus in our workplaces. Once viewed as “nice to have” or “nice to do,” organizations need proof that these initiatives and strategies are producing organizational change. Effective DEI measurements ensure we are using factual evidence and not relying on any bias to evaluate our programs. The adage of “what gets measured, gets done” reinforces that DEI should be data-driven and strategic with success metrics clearly defined. Download our guide to learn what you should be measuring to gauge the effectiveness of DEI initiatives.

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Measuring the Effectiveness of DEI Guidebook

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