Brodeur Partners has launched a new Diversity & Inclusion practice to help clients, businesses, nonprofits, and education institutions thrive in a world with rising expectations of inclusion and equity for people of every race, gender, preference, age and ability.
A majority of Americans say racial and ethnic diversity is good for the country—however, there has been less certainty on how diversity and inclusion affect business performance. The firm’s new research adds substantial knowledge to the missing pieces of previous diversity and inclusion studies. Research shows that as America grows more and more diverse and consumers are increasingly aware of the values of companies they engage with, very diverse workplaces enjoy distinct and quantifiable advantages over less diverse ones.
The Diversity & Inclusion practice will employ Brodeur’s proven Relevance approach to help organizations define their unique challenges, execute tailored solutions, and influence the behavior of their most important audiences. Brodeur will work with clients to attract talent, engage their workforce, cultivate new markets, lead by example and navigate crises. Services include diversity audits, Relevance Labs, culture transformation, internal communications, external communications, thought leadership, and more.
“This research cements the case that creating a welcoming, inclusive workplace ultimately proves the bottom line. The business advantages of inclusion will only intensify as our country and the world evolve,” said Angela Hayes, Brodeur Partners’ senior vice president of diversity and inclusion.
For more on this research, download the firm’s e-book.