As major businesses and institutions pledge to double down on their diversity and inclusion (D&I) agendas in the wake of international protests against systemic racism, it’s becoming easier for employees to rate their companies’ efforts.
Jobs site Glassdoor has unveiled a new tool allowing workers to rate their satisfaction with current or former employers’ diversity and inclusion policies on a scale of zero to five. It bolsters the site’s five existing employee feedback metrics: Career opportunities; compensation and benefits; culture and values; senior management; and work-life balance.
The update adds a numerical value to existing user comments and is designed to empower employees by giving them a “collective voice,” Glassdoor’s CEO Christian Sutherland-Wong. Read more via CNBC