The Organizational Culture Map
Enhance equity and inclusion efforts in your organization with our custom-built survey that measures employee perception in concrete and actionable ways.
Why Employee Perception Matters when Assessing Equity and Inclusion
In pursuit of building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace, understanding employee perception is paramount. Seeking out employee perspectives directly impacts:
1. Engagement + Trust. How employees perceive their experiences directly affects their engagement, well-being, and performance. By seeking and acting on employee feedback, you demonstrate a commitment to their well-being and sense of belonging. This fosters a culture of trust, openness, and inclusivity, where every voice is valued.
2. Identifying New Insights. Employee perception data provides valuable insights into where your organization excels and where there's room for improvement. Employees, particularly those from underrepresented groups, may experience challenges or biases that aren't immediately apparent to leaders. Our culture survey provides a safe space for employees to share their experiences, giving voice to issues that might otherwise go unnoticed.
3. Longitudinal Impact. It's not just about how you score on one assessment. Our survey provides a tangible way to measure the impact of your diversity and inclusion efforts over time. As you implement changes, tracking shifts in employee perception can help gauge the effectiveness of your initiatives and identify areas that require further attention.