Over the past few weeks, companies, especially in the tech space, have started to share their internal diversity data, as well as their commitments and goals. This past week alone, Snap, Inc, which previously kept a pretty tight lid on their demographic data, has published their first-ever diversity report—indicating a shift in the industry toward making diversity within companies more transparent.
At Drafted, we believe that openness and transparency are critical to intentional team building, and we are so excited to see companies making their diversity data and commitments more open. We want to help keep up the positive momentum, so we committed to revamping our site diversityreports.org to make it easier for orgs to make their data open.
Today we’re excited to share the new and improved diversityreports.org! Now it’s even easier to compare, analyze, and share diversity data with the goal of increasing transparency around diversity metrics.
We built diversityreports.org to solve for three key user frustrations, namely that current diversity report offerings don’t provide access to sufficient data, and lack accountability, and context.
The survey we put together is pretty comprehensive and we know that you might not have been able to collect all of this data from people at your organization yet. Don’t fret!
We created a template you can copy and use to start collecting this info from your organization.
To download your own version:
We’re committed to keeping the movement toward data openness and making diversity transparent. This is just the beginning. Subscribe to get updates when other orgs make their data open on diversityreports.org.