Employee Resource Groups 

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Employee Engagement and Employee Resource Groups

One of the most powerful ways to engage employees is to allow them to self-identify through an Employee Resource Group (ERGs). These groups are a safe space to recount shared experiences, to learn together, and to advance professional development in a more personalized way. 

59%

of Americans say it is no longer acceptable for companies to be silent on social justice issues 1

86%

of Gen Z respondents say they expect companies to have ERGs or DEI strategic working groups they can actively participate in.2

86%

of employees are more likely to work for a company that stands up for social issues 3