By Martiza Gamboa, Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager at Carbon Black
Carbon Black is committed to investing in diversity and inclusion and views this as a critical source to our long-term success. To help us improve, drive change, and foster our people’s professional development, we found Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) can play a significant role in creating a better workplace. If you’re an organization considering ways to enhance your company culture, consider ERGs.
What is an Employee Resource Group?
ERGs are employee-led, self-directed volunteer groups that investigate and share opportunities to network, foster mentoring and career development, and attract diverse talent.
Why are ERGs Important?
ERGs not only create inclusive communities where employees can feel supported, but they also enrich your overall company culture. Here are some things they can do:
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