HIRE Strategies makes an intentional effort to create a diversified pipeline which seeks to include and serve as an ally for many diverse groups and populations. HIRE strategies has a zero-tolerance policy for any discriminatory requests, or policies within client partners. HIRE Strategies will always maintain a responsibility for providing a diverse talent pipeline which understands and values the differences between each individual. HIRE Strategies vows to participate in true inclusion which removes all barriers, discrimination, and prejudice within the workplace. Serving as a historically underutilized business, HIRE Strategies understands firsthand how a lack of diversity effects a company’s performance, and rate of innovation. HIRE Strategies vows to serve not only as an ally for diversity and inclusion but also as an educator. Contact us today to gather information on how our Human Resources consultation can differentiate diversity within your company.
“Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance.” (Vernā Myers)
Diversity & Inclusion Statistics:
DIVERSE COMPANIES ENJOY 2.3 TIMES HIGHER CASH FLOW PER EMPLOYEE
One study found that over a three-year period, companies with a diverse set of employees notice a significant increase in cash flow, not just overall, but among individual contributors at the company.
DIVERSE MANAGEMENT BOOSTS REVENUE BY 19%
Another study looked at companies with diverse management teams and found that, on average, they enjoyed a 19% increase in revenue compared to their less diverse counterparts.
43% OF COMPANIES WITH DIVERSE BOARDS NOTICED HIGHER PROFITS
Not only is it beneficial to have diverse employees and management, but companies with diverse boards also noticed significantly higher profits.
COMPANIES WITH HIGHLY GENDER-DIVERSE EXECUTIVE TEAMS PERFORM SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER
Executive teams that are highly gender-diverse are found to be 21% more likely to outperform on profitability.
PLUS, COMPANIES THAT ARE HIGHLY GENDER-DIVERSE NOTICE EXCEPTIONAL VALUE CREATION.
Gender-diverse companies that are in the top-quartile for gender diversity on executive boards are 27% more likely to have superior value creation.