Achieve Diversity Goals with ERG and DE&I Programs
Qooper assists over 250 organizations with their mentoring, learning, and inclusion programs to place underrepresented employees in leadership positions and creating community through ERGs.
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Achieving DE&I goals with mentoring
Our minority employees upskill through mentorship and get placed into leadership roles. This has been a key DE&I initiative for us.
Creating career pathways with Qooper
Qooper is helping us run our career pathways program. Our employees are more committed by having a vision for their career.
Qooper encourages our mentees
We deploy a virtual mentorship program worldwide, that encourages both mentors and mentees to participate. Qooper is easy to use and manage.
In order to encourage intersectional experiences and the necessary skills that employees need to succeed in their personal and professional life, many prosperous multinational corporations highlight the importance of employee resource groups. ERGs usually focus on marginalized communities, giving them the extra assistance they might not otherwise be able to receive. Employee resource groups (ERGs) are utilized by staff members to connect and achieve their professional goals, and by management of the organization to discover methods to reduce inequalities and better support their workforce.
- Design a Plan & Get Human Resources Involved
- Grant Financial Assistance
- Internal Employee Surveys
- Introduce Corporate Sponsorships
- Promote Events
- Offer assistance
- Make Information Accessible
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), a type of intra-company network, unite all employees based on shared characteristics, experiences, or goals. Where activities and chances for networking and socializing, focusing on professional and career development, and boosting up business culture are presented depends on how inclusive the workplace is.
An ERG leader is in charge of establishing and communicating the company's goals and objectives with ERG members and company leaders. The leader's job is to create and strategically implement ideas and programs that will help the ERG achieve its objectives when they have been set.