Data collected from diversity surveys is immensely useful for the human resources team.
By asking employees diversity questions on age, race, gender, sexuality, education level, and more, the HR team can ensure the company is hitting their D&I (diversity and inclusion) goals. No matter if the goals are legal requirements, internal targets to bolster company culture and output, or both, this survey can provide critical insights in a fast, frictionless way.
Considering there may be employees who might not want to provide answers to certain questions, all questions in this survey are optional. Any uncomfortablequestionscan be skipped.
This survey should be completed by all employees semianually, and during the onboarding process for new employees.
The questions in this survey help to provide an overview of diversity in the workplace. By knowing exactly how diverse or undiverse company teams are, amendments can be made to help reach all-important diversity quotas and/or D&I goals. For this reason, the information that is gathered here is crucial.
With that said, please know that the questions are optional. If you do not feel comfortable answering a specific question, check the task off and moveon to the next.
Regarding the questions in this survey, we used SurveyMonkey's guide to help inform our inclusive use of language, and based the options on their suggestions.
Input basic information
Input your basic information regarding your role in the appropriate form fields.
Inputting information regarding your department and job title is useful for the HR team; it will clarify if certain teams are more diverse than others.
The answers you provide for the diversity questions in this next section will be used for HR purposesonly.
In terms of security, Process Street handles data extremely securely.
Record native and secondary languages
Record the language(s) you speak using the form fields below.
The language you grew upspeaking may not necessarily be the language you use in the workplace. Similarly, the language you use in the workplace could be different from the language(s) you speak at home.
By writing down your languages, HR will be able to determine if any language-related diversity initiatives should be put in place.
Provide any additional information in the text box below.
If there's a part of your identity that correlates to your work life and has not been considered in this survey, use the text form field to add that information. It could be useful for when the HR team creates future diversity surveys.
The next step will make sure that you've selected the correct answers to the diversity questions by asking you to review the information.
Review data to ensure it's correct
Review the data below to ensure that it's all correct.
The information you put in via dropdowns and text boxes earlier is now being pulled through via variables. To learn more about what variables are, read this informative post on the Process Street help site.
If you chose not to answer a question, you will see the question appear again below with a gray background. The HR team will understand that you have opted out of that question or questions.