Employee Resource Group (ERG) Best Practices & Resources
ERG Best Practices | 2018 McKinsey Diversity Report | Resources
Sept 2018 | How To Retain Diverse Talent - Forbes
The importance of employee resource groups (ERGs) cannot be overstated ... Creating ERGs can foster inclusion and belonging, and impact retention rates.
Apr 2018 | The ABCs of ERGs - NIH
An Employee Resource Group (ERG) is an organizationally supported group of employees drawn together by characteristics that the group has in common.
Mar 2018 | Employee Resource Groups - Diversity Best Practices
Relevant and up to date resources.
Dec 2017 | Did Deloitte abandon ERGs too soon? -TEKsystems
Perhaps. 90 percent of ERG participants at TEKsystems say their ERG makes them feel more engaged with our company.
Nov 2017 | In What Ways do Employee Business Resource Groups Positively Impact the Company 's Business Results? - Cornell University ILR School
Despite the recent questioning of ERGs and their effectiveness, well-managed ERGs can ignite inclusion and are critical to the success of diversity initiatives in the workplace.
Oct 2017 | Employee Resource Groups: Moving from Concept to Implementation - Mallinckrofd Pharmaceuticals
Teams are voluntary, employee led and consist of individuals who join together based on common interests, backgrounds or demographic factors.
Sept 2017 | More Than A “Club:” How To Make Employee Resource Groups Matter - Jopwell
D&I can’t succeed in a silo: The needs of each group differ, but the lessons that come from individual experiences often benefit more than a single ERG.
Aug 2017 | Best of Both: ERGs AND Inclusion - Diversity Best Practices
Despite the growing need for discussions about intersectionality and how to address it, the fact remains that people from underrepresented groups are still,well,...
Jan 2016 | What's Next for Employee Resource Groups? - Association for Talent Development
There is evidence that ERGs are evolving with the times. For example, many organizations are now referring to them as business resource groups (BRGs) to reflect an increased business focus.
Oct 2016 | Employee Resource Groups Can Help Boost Bottom Line - Bloomberg
ERGs can also have a significant impact on a company’s bottom line by supporting the brand image, improving retention and increasing employee productivity.
Latest research reinforces the link between diversity and company financial performance, competitive advantage and growth - Jan 2018, McKinsey&Company
It makes sense that a diverse and inclusive employee base – with a range of approaches and perspectives – would be more competitive in a globalized economy.
Companies with the most ethnically/culturally diverse boards worldwide are 43% more likely to experience higher profits.
Companies in the top-quartile for ethnic diversity on their executive teams were 33% more likely to have above-average profitability than companies in the fourth quartile.
Black women potentially suffer a double burden of bias that keeps them from the uppermost levels of corporate leadership.
Companies report that materially improving representation of diverse talent as well as effectively utilizing I&D as an enabler of business impact, are particularly challenging goals.
Companies succeeding on I&D are able to articulate the link between their I&D goals and specific business growth priorities.
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