Six leading companies reveal best practices to get your senior execs invested in resource groups—and how it improves learning and motivation.
Employee Resource Groups
How do you get hourly and union workers involved in employee resource groups without paying overtime or taking them off crucial shift responsibilities?
Ten steps to effectively start a resource group at your organization.
How did a white chemical executive from Scotland end up as the executive sponsor of an African-American resource group?
MasterCard Worldwide shares its secrets with us in video interviews with top execs who are executive sponsors and resource-group leaders.
What’s the biggest diversity-management challenge for manufacturers? Our survey of manufacturing companies told us it is starting resource groups, getting workers in plants to join, and measuring results.
Christopher J. Nassetta talks to DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti about ramping up Hilton Worldwide’s diversity-management program.
How can branding, sponsorship and market-facing activities refresh resource groups? How can groups communicate effectively online and via social media? Why do social-media networks matter?
How do you get funding and support for resource groups? Which groups should you start with? What type of charter/structure works best?
What’s the typical budget for a resource group? Does it vary from group to group? How do you get increased budget? Here’s a guide to answer these and other questions on funding resource groups.
How do you start resource groups and use them to improve recruitment, retention, engagement, talent development and marketplace relationships?
Our findings indicate an increasing interest in using these groups for multiple business goals internally and externally and in having leaders from a variety of levels and functions within the organization.