Studies show that diversity can bring both costs and benefits to teams and organisations. Many factors determine how or which types of diversity can improve or present challenges to a company’s performance.
Each industry, company and team is unique. Identifying the D&I-related challenges and opportunities your company faces at various levels of the organisation is a complex task that requires a professional, tailor-made approach.
Using highly customised qualitative and quantitative research, advanced analytical techniques and/or forecasting tools, CCDI can work with you to explore the questions of interest to your company. Questions like:
Our practice-oriented research can provide your company with key performance indicators (KPIs) throughout the HR-lifecycle, helping you to determine where your company is performing well with regard to diversity and inclusion and where there may be room for improvement.
As an ideal supplement, see how your company measures up to other employers and your competitors in the industry by participating in an annual Benchmarking. This service is offered annually in collaboration with the Diversity-Controlling association and includes a comprehensive Benchmarking Report with expert analysis and recommendations for participating companies. By taking part annually, companies can track their progress over time, make informed decisions regarding their D&I strategy, and determine real impact. For more information, please visit www.gleichstellungs-controlling.org.
Did you know?
The CCDI research team conducts rigorous, scientifically-based research that focuses on multiple forms of workplace diversity. We take into account not only diversity in surface-level features such as age, gender, nationality, and race, but also in experience-related characteristics such as functional expertise, education, and international experience. A broad definition of diversity allows us not only to examine the effects of diversity in single dimensions, but also to appreciate how multiple aspects of team composition jointly determine team outcomes.