Diversity Atlas Newsletter [August 2022]

August was a monumental month for Diversity Atlas! We reflect on the 2022 Equal Employment Opportunity Network’s Fourth Enabling Inclusion and Diversity Summit, discuss an article by our DEI Director covering eight simple DEI exercises, congratulate our business partner, Tali Nates, on receiving an esteemed award, reflect on our participation in the Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing virtual event as part of their Diversity Webinar Series and unpack new features to our website and platform, including upcoming events on our diversity calendar and the translation of our surveying platform into two new languages. 


Diversity Atlas Newsletter [July 2022]

This month we are reaching new people all around the globe! We are proud to introduce fifteen new Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) programs, unpack the importance of Environmental, Social and Governing factors, known as ESG, to culturally diverse organisations, and discuss new updates to the platform such as Diversity Atlas’ implementation of the Client Identified Access Management system (CIAM) and survey modification.

What’s In a Name? [Product Update]

Diversity Atlas’ Cultural Attaché, Quincy Hall, discusses updates made to our survey.  What’s In a Name? Well, far too much for anyone’s liking when it comes to the collection of sensitive information. It seems like a moot point to mention in a product update piece that we are removing a …


Addressing Disparity in Everyday Encounters

In this piece by Cultural Infusion’s Project Assistant, Nicola Diomides in collaboration with Chief Technology Officer, Rezza Moieni, the topic of disparity is explored, as an important dimension of diversity. This research demonstrates that understanding disparity can lead to more meaningful relationships with peers and community members. You may have …

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Identity at Work: Why Diversity and Inclusion are more than just Ticking a Box

Understanding and embracing individual identity at work is  more than simply fulfilling diversity requirements. It takes a nuanced approach as our Client Development and Cultural Identities Director Kevin Porter explains in this week’s blog. “Our 2019 analysis finds that companies in the top quartile for gender diversity on executive teams …