Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Resource Center

PEOPLESCOUT

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Resource Center

Diversity, equity and inclusion are top of mind for many talent leaders and professionals, including all of us at PeopleScout. We all strive to create an organization filled with people of different backgrounds, experiences and talents who contribute to our success.

While much progress has been made in the issues of diversity, equity and inclusion, there is still much work to be done. Women and people of color are underrepresented in leadership positions, certain job categories, and entire industries. The wage gap is narrowing but is not expected to close for quite some time. And for many, persistent injustices and systematic issues impact their lives far beyond the workplace.

As you tackle these issues, we’ve created this Resource Center to provide you with information to help guide you on your diversity, equity and inclusion journey.

Improving Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace

PeopleScout eBook

Improving Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Regardless of the current state of diversity and inclusion within your organization, gaining a better grasp of where you are, where you need improvement and how to find the right path forward on your diversity journey is crucial.

In this ebook, we explore how organizations can develop a workplace culture in which every employee feels valued.

Women In Leadership

PeopleScout

Women In Leadership

Representation matters. That’s why we’re sharing the stories, experiences and advice of our women at PeopleScout, ranging from our rising leaders to our senior-most executives. We want to show the richness of expertise and experience in our diverse leaders so we can support the continued success of women at all levels of their careers.

The stories from these women are both uplifting and thought-provoking, and we hope you’ll gain inspiration from each of their thoughtful insights.

Do you have questions about making your workplace more diverse, equitable and inclusive?