Defining and Measuring Inclusion: Using Metrics to Drive Progress
Many companies are quite good at measuring diversity within their workforce, but far fewer have a clear definition of what inclusiveness means, measure it, or track it over time.
- How do companies define inclusion?
- How do companies measure inclusion and analyze it in relation to other factors?
- How can companies move forward in measuring and monitoring inclusion (recommended actions, specific survey questions or other tools?)
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