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DEI AT WORK

We want all companies to focus on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) representation when it comes to building teams and staffing the business. If your organization is working to foster a more equitable workplace by focusing on diversity, it starts at the sourcing phase (top of the funnel). Rolebot provides businesses with a resource to ensure fair treatment, equality of opportunity and fairness in access to data and resources. Our transparent and bias-free basis can be viewed on-demand in the Rolebot dashboard.

DEI Shouldn't Be Just Lip Service

Although we rely on AI and other technologies, we understand that diversity is not an exact science, and because of this, our work is never done. At Rolebot, our DEI Standard is based on the US Government Census and includes gender. 

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Creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace is a team effort and should be perpetuated from the top. Diversity is the linchpin of an organization and will create more engaging and sustainable workplace cultures improving employee satisfaction and your company’s bottom line.  

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Diversity means a greater market of ideas. A Harvard study found that diverse companies are 70 percent more likely to capture new markets.

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33 percent of high-performance teams consist of racial, ethnic and gender diversity based on the national average, according to McKinsey & Company.

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OpenView’s “State of SaaS Talent” report stated that 37 percent of candidates cite lack of diversity as a major red flag in their interview process.

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According to Forbes, 56 percent of executives from large enterprises ($10B+) strongly agree that diversity helps to drive innovation in the workplace.

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Companies like Intel now refuse to do business with companies that have below-average diversity policies. 

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The Harvard Business Review found that companies with above-average total diversity have 19 percent higher innovation revenues.

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