Funsch Dance Experience, San Francisco, CA. Photo by Lynne Fried. Funsch Dance Experience, San Francisco, CA. Photo by Lynne Fried.
Harness the power of data to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
This 7-minute secure and comprehensive survey collects demographic and workplace perception information anonymously - including race, ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, and disability status to help provide your organization with the insights needed to make informed decisions.
The first step is to gather data from staff, board, volunteers, and independent contractors through administering our secure, anonymous survey.
Once the survey window has closed, the self-reported responses are made available exclusively to our research team for professional analysis and report building.
Once analysis is complete, our custom, comparative reports offering valuable insights into workforce composition and well-being are made available for download.
By illuminating strengths, challenges, and opportunities, findings from the report can be put to use for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
The success of each study is dependent on the level of participation from staff, board, volunteers, and independent contractors who complete the survey, which is why we work with you to determine the best time of year for this to take place given your unique situation. We offer organization-specific studies as well as integrated options for partners seeking to survey a group of organizations within a community.
Our services include:
We, too, are utilizing this powerful tool to help drive strategic discussion and decision-making toward advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion within the organization.
With 79 enthusiastic participants, we surveyed a total of 3,358 individuals from organizations that ranged from $30,000 budgets to $3 million, represented a variety of disciplines, and multiple locations across North America in our Spring 2023 open study.