Tracking and assessing workforce-diversity programs shouldn’t be hard work, but it should be a top priority. Because businesses benefit when they employ highly engaged workers with different backgrounds, HR leaders and hiring professionals contribute directly to a company’s success when diversity programs meet their goals.
How can you create or transition to an effective tracking-and-assessment method? Fifteen metrics, grouped according to the following three broadly universal business goals, are a great place to start:
• Sustainable profitability
You’ll see some familiar metrics and some that may be new to your organization. You’ll find all of them helpful in measuring and improving your programs.