Companies have spent millions and invested huge amounts of time on Diversity, Equality & Inclusion (DEI) initiatives and programmes in recent years. Although improvements have been made, over a third of employees under 35 are likely to leave their company due to the lack of inclusion in the workplace. Employees want to see DEI drive systemic change with 46% agreeing that companies need to do more.
Kantar’s Inclusion Index measures and tracks Inclusion in 12 of the worlds biggest markets and in 24 industries, providing clear benchmarks and metrics for inclusion in key sectors and markets.
Marketing, PR, Advertising and Market Research, for example, scores below the global inclusion average at 54%, ten points behind the top-scoring sector, Personal Services, which includes hairdressing and beauty.
Our Inclusion Index 2022 looks at the global state of inclusion, revealing why progress in inclusion is stalling, what organisations need to do to dial up inclusion and employee expectations on DEI in 2022 and beyond.
Register to find out
- Which markets have gone into reverse and where is progress still being made?
- What do employees think about DEI efforts by their organisation?
- How does poor DEI performance lead to lower recruitment ROI?
- Which employees feel they have missed out on opportunities to progress?
- What’s the best way to drive systemic change in your company?
Don’t miss out: Tuesday 22 November
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- Valeria Piaggio - Head of Inclusion Practice, Sustainable Transformation Practice | Kantar
- Nadach Musungu - Inclusion Index Lead, Sustainable Transformation Practice | Kantar
- Gareth Rees - Head of Client Success and Technology, CX UK | Kantar
About Inclusion Index 2022
Kantar has developed the Inclusion Index with a mission to enable organisations to understand, measure and track their own progress in developing an inclusive workplace on a global scale.
- By using benchmark data, we can provide an unbiased perspective on what good looks like and enables development of an actionable roadmap.
- In 2022 alone, we have used the data collected to build a vast normative data set that covers over 24 different industries.
- Over 12,000 respondents across 13 countries.These norms will evolve alongside society and as more survey responses are added to the data set.
- Kantar has proprietary data collected in 13 markets while having done inclusion work in many more markets.