At the heart of everything we do at Drafted is a desire to help organizations be more intentional about team building.
When we launched diversityreports.org back in 2018, our goal was to make it easier for people to find, analyze, and compare disparate companies’ diversity metrics by aggregating companies’ diversity reports in one place.
Since that time, it’s only become more apparent how critical transparency around organizations’ diversity metrics is to intentional team building. Over the next few weeks, we’ve committed to relaunching diversityreports.org with that mission in mind.
Our most recent survey indicated that the three top frustrations with current diversity reports were, somewhat unsurprisingly, a lack of access, accountability, and context.
We’ll be focusing on addressing these three top concerns by:
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be reaching out to companies with a survey to collect updated diversity metrics and asking them to share those metrics with the world on diversityreports.org.
However, we recognize that not all organizations have this data readily available. In an effort to help companies get started we created a free diversity survey template that you can share with your entire company to collect this vital data.
To download your own version, simply:
Improvement starts with transparency and we’re just getting started. Be sure to subscribe to get more updates on what we’re doing with diversityreport.org and look out for more updates!
At Drafted, we believe that your company network is your single biggest competitive advantage when it comes to hiring. Our mission is to make it easy for you to leverage your network in the hiring process to find the best candidates. Your network is already powerful, it’s just too much work to make it a priority over the day-to-day of recruiting. Companies that use Drafted see their employee referral numbers go up by 2x, their time to hire drop by 30% and their overall hiring efficiency increase significantly within just a few months.