Events this year have dramatically raised the awareness of, and interest in, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The interest is exemplified by the number of webinars the National Apartment Association has been offering.
Besides obvious reasons, there’s also a bottom-line rationale to make diversity and inclusion a priority. McKinsey reports that the most ethnically diverse companies are 35% more likely to outperform the least diverse companies:
“More diverse companies are better able to win top talent and improve their customer orientation, employee satisfaction, and decision making, and all that leads to a virtuous cycle of increasing returns.”
Because we are driven to help companies obtain valuable feedback and improve performance, we asked ourselves how we can help. The answer was simple.
Swift Bunny is offering a FREE Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Employee Survey.
Yes, it’s FREE, plus easy to roll out, and there are no strings attached (whether or not you are a Swift Bunny client).
Our background as founders of SatisFacts and Grace Hill means nobody better understands employees and how to obtain their candid feedback. Our unique survey approach identifies what matters most and the priorities which have the greatest impact.
Do you want to know how employees evaluate your company’s commitment to diversity, if differences are respected in your workplace, and if everyone is treated equally? Or, how inclusive the work environment is, and if team members think the company leadership understands why this is important? Swift Bunny can help. Besides an Executive Summary of your results, we’ll also provide a complimentary consultative session.
Multifamily is commonly misunderstood as “the apartment business.” The truth is, we manage people, not apartments. Sustained performance is built upon engaged employees who remain with the company and deliver superior service. Engaged teams positively impact resident retention, reduce costly turnover, improve online reputation, and boost the bottom-line. The key is understanding how your most valuable assets feel—and acting upon their feedback.