Diversity And Inclusion Audit
Diversity And Inclusion Audit helping your organisation to better understand, address and improve workplace diversity and inclusion.
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Diversity & Inclusion Audits
What our Diversity and Inclusion Audit (D&I Audit) include…
- Data collection and analysis
- Policy, process and procedure audit
- Organisation culture fit and assessment
- Key audit report findings implementation
- Organisational Recommendations
- Short and long-term goal development
- Improvement actions & best practice
- Areas for developmental culture growth
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Types of Diversity & Inclusion Audits
We carry out the following audits:
- Diversity & Inclusion Health Check
- Full Diversity & Inclusion Audit
- Diversity and Inclusion Audit
- Race Engagement Audits
- Inclusive Recruitment Audit
- Workplace Culture Audit
- Bespoke Audit
- Diversity & Inclusion Strategy
What Our D&I Audits Do For You....
Diversity and Inclusion Health Check – our Diversity and Inclusion Health Checks are best suited to organisations who have already begun work to improve workplace diversity and inclusion. Our health checks enhance and further encourage positive action and culture change, as well as making sure your organisation remains up to date with the latest legislation and standards.
Full Diversity and Inclusion Audit – Our full Diversity & Inclusion Audit services consists of reviewing documentation, policies, processes, marketing, and workplace culture. In addition, we also hold non-bias employee discussion forums and surveys to enable your organisation to get a well-rounded understanding of areas for growth and development.
Diversity and Inclusion Strategy – We develop bespoke Diversity and Inclusion Strategies based on our Audit recommendations to enable your organisation to develop and embed a more inclusive culture, instil best practice and prioritise key areas for development.
Audits That Improve Culture
To better understand where you are as an organisation, we’ll collect data from your staff, leaders, and partners. We’ll review the polices and procedures for the organisation to help assess if your current policies support your diversity and inclusion goals. Based on our audit finding we’ll provide a set of recommendations to enable the organisation to begin developing a diversity and inclusion strategy.
A Diversity & Inclusion (D&I audit) enables you to understand where your organisation is in relation to societal diversity. It enables you to meet the needs of key stakeholders, thus enabling you to grow and develop your business in an inclusive yet proactive way.
D&I Audits are a great way to benchmark organisational growth, but is also used to highlight areas for improvement. With companies who are actively working to improve workplace diversity seeing 34% higher financial returns in comparison to non-diverse companies. Similarly, diverse companies with a clear D&I Audit and strategy see higher employee retention and satisfaction, with lower staff turnover. A thorough D&I audit will enable you, your team and organisation to understand and action where you’re losing out, as well as enabling you to champion positive aspects of your business to a wider target market.
“Start as you mean to go on” – this is true for D&I. That’s why we’d say “yes” to having a D&I Audit done when you are new to it all. If your company is new to the Diversity and Inclusion space, and you want to make impactful and cultural change, it’s best to start with an Audit to fully understand where you are now, and where you’d like to get to.
D&I Audits vary in cost based on a multitude of different factor such as:
- Organisational size;
- Available resources;
- Data, etc.
With such variances, this is often reflected in costs. To give a ballpark figure for small organisations, a Diversity and Inclusion Audit can cost anywhere between £10,000 to £50,000.
At Mission Diverse we believe in connecting companies with communities. Unlike some organisations, we are a non-profit company, who use the money you pay us for our training programmes, to reinvest in our Local Community Employability and Enterprise programmes.
Our employability and enterprise programmes provide education, mentoring and personal development training to people from underrepresented and disadvantaged communities. By doing this we hope to provide those from underrepresented communities with the necessary skills and knowledge to enter entrepreneurship and the workplace (…or maybe come and work in your company!).