Take a look at these strategies for integrating DEI into HR workplace policies to build a culture of learning, transparency, and belonging.
Performance isn’t about getting employees to do more work, it’s about fostering an environment where they can do their best work. Let’s look at what defines a high-performing team.
If your company wants to create an inclusive and equitable workplace, here are 6 DEI metrics your team can start tracking, regardless of where you are in your DEI journey.
Every company is at a different stage in its DEI journey, however, there’s always room to make continuous improvements. Here are Perfeqta’s recommendations for turning your 2023 DEI progress into a strategic plan for 2024.
To help companies move from awareness to action, we explore three key action items for leaders who want to build an effective learning and development plan.
To help leaders evolve DEI at their companies, here are five strategies that reflect a commitment to building an equitable workplace.
To create a more meaningful work environment, here are 12 questions leaders can ask employees to learn more about their career goals and work styles.
Take a look at the seven effective measures leaders can adopt to create a culture that embraces balance, support, and professional growth.
Want to support your company's ERG? Here's how your organization can come together to ensure long-term ERG sustainability and success.
Take a look at these five suggestions for company leaders who want to invest in Latinx and Hispanic employees’ professional development.
Here is a list of best practices when celebrating cultural observances and heritage months in the workplace.
To help leaders incorporate inclusive practices into their day-to-day work, take a look at Perfeqta’s 4A Framework for guidance.
While the recent Supreme Court decision poses more challenges to advancing DEI efforts, it should not deter companies from continuing their commitment to creating diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces. Here are three ways organizations can ensure DEI remains a top priority.
Perfeqta has outlined a few ways your organization can create an action plan that prioritizes employees’ mental health.
If your organization wants to promote workplace equity but lacks executive buy-in, here are seven ways you can work toward holding company leaders accountable for their DEI commitments.
If your company is looking to build a more diverse and equitable workplace, here are four priorities to focus on when preparing women employees for advancement.
In order for your team and organization to stay resilient during a recession, you must define and refine your DEI strategic plan. Here's why this should be a priority in 2023.
Here are tips on how company leaders can communicate layoffs to employees with respect, transparency, and empathy.
In order to retain great employees, managers must be aware of team members' goals and challenges in their careers. Here are 15 questions managers can ask to start the conversation.
Perfeqta outlined 5 ways your learning and development strategy can better support Black women at your organization.
Perfeqta outlined 3 reasons why your employees are disengaged, and what you can do to improve trust, motivation, and productivity within your organization.
In order to retain remaining employees and prevent burnout, company leaders and managers can prioritize the 3 Cs: Communication, Community, and Coaching. The Perfeqta team outlined how you can get started.
For company leaders who want to foster a culture of belonging and make sure team members feel comfortable showing up as their true selves, we listed 5 ways your organization can turn allyship into action.
It’s officially Black History Month and in 2022, a mere post on diversity, equity, and inclusion isn’t going to cut it anymore. Black History Month is meant to celebrate the accomplishments of Black Americans while acknowledging the present racial inequities that still exist, including in the workplace. Current and future employees are now demanding that companies focus on DEI efforts more than ever.
A successful Employee Resource Group (ERG) has the power to transform performance, engagement, and company culture at any organization. These collaborative, employee-led groups solve company problems by helping: Increase diversity. Lower employee turnover rates. Improve employee engagement. Create a career planning strategy to promote employee advancement. Build a sense of belonging in the workplace.
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