Incorporating Inclusion is a first-of-its-kind research and education initiative established to demonstrate the corporate and community value of LGBTQ-inclusive workplaces.
The Incorporating Inclusion initiative goes beyond existing research to identify the characteristics of companies that incorporate LGBTQ-inclusive policies, the facets of corporate culture that help companies benefit from these policies, and the importance of businesses engaging in external efforts that support LGBTQ inclusion.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation hosted an Incorporating Inclusion forum focused on the Irving-Las Colinas, TX region, to provide an opportunity for businesses, especially small and medium-sized businesses, and partners to learn how to build inclusive cultures inside and outside their organizations.
Small and medium-sized businesses are utilizing the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Incorporating Inclusion initiative in their journey to create more LGBTQ-inclusive workplaces. This past month, we hosted an event in Charlotte, NC.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Incorporating Inclusion initiative offers an opportunity for businesses, especially small and medium-sized businesses, and partners, to learn how to build inclusive cultures inside and outside their organizations.
As workers re-evaluate the benefits of in-person and remote work, it is critical to consider workplace inclusion, particularly for LBGT employees as they navigate office spaces.
As employees return to the office, it remains critical for companies and businesses to ensure that the work environment embodies inclusiveness so everyone can thrive.
Succeeding as a small business owner is more challenging than ever, especially during this unprecedented pandemic. It requires not only having a sound business plan, but the ability to attract and retain top talent who, in today’s marketplace, increasingly prefers to work for businesses with a clear commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I).
Businesses’ commitment to workplace inclusion is critical to addressing systemic inequalities and building communities that expand opportunity to all. That's why the U.S. Chamber Foundation created the LGBT Inclusion Hub for Small Businesses – an online platform for small business owners to find the resources and inspiration they need to build inclusive workplaces.
The LGBTQ Inclusion Hub for Small Businesses is an online platform for small business owners to find the resources and inspiration they need to build inclusive workplaces.