What We Do

In our work, we use an evidence-based approach

In the field of inclusion and diversity, it is difficult to find agreement about what we can all consider being facts. Our work, therefore, starts with a search for the facts.

The Inclusion Studio delivers:

The Inclusion Scan

Deep-tissue baseline measurement in the field of inclusion and diversity in the workplace.

Workshops & Masterclasses

Creating awareness on inclusion and diversity in the workplace.

Consultancy

Effectuate sustainable improvement in inclusion and diversity with our poule of experts.

Socially Inclusive Council

As a true institutionalization of Deep-Democracy, we want to make the changes and improvements in the field of inclusion and diversity sustainable.

In more detail:
The Inclusion Scan

The report of The Inclusion Scan consists of:

Factual data: HR-data + survey

Story: context provided through interviews

Demographic dashboard: overview of the diversity ratios

Cultural challenges: dilemmas in the workplace

Recommendations: actionplan for implementation

Survey result examples

58% (77% of the medior/senior positions and 88% of the managers) indicate that they are rewarded for achieving KPIs. This group earns an average of €4145,- a month, that is increased by €950,- a month in wages since they started their job.

The other 42% (of which 75% in a medior/senior position and 12% a managing position) earns an average of €3016,-, a month, that is increased by €436,- a month in wages since they started their job.

The 10 colleagues who experience the least motivation (average grade: 6.5) expect to stay at the company less than two years. The 10 colleagues who experience the most motivation (average grade: 8.8) expect to stay at the company more than five years.

Colleagues with a non-white skin color are 64% more likely to be in the lowest scoring 25% regarding the amount of positive expectations from their manager.

Colleagues experience on average more than sufficient motivation - with an average score of 7.6 (range: 5.8 as the lowest score - 9.6 as the highest score).

On the topic of motivation, men score a 7.9, women score a 7.0

Salary vs match with manager
Motivation manager