Take a picture, through a survey, of how your company is managing diversity&inclusion and/or smart working. It is possible to carry out:
Mapping diversity&inclusion and/or smart working management practices (in the HR function)
This survey is addressed to HR functions and will examine your company’s strategy about diversity&inclusion and/or smart working, priorities for action, investment areas, existing practices and their degree of implementation. Your company can be compared to a sample of companies to identify the company’s positioning in the market.
Mapping diversity&inclusion and/or smart working management perception (in the workforce)
This survey is conducted on a sample of, or the whole organizational population. Employees state how they perceive the effectiveness of people management processes (including flexibility and smart working policies, if implemented) . Your company can be compared to a sample of companies to identify the company’s positioning in the market.
In-depth analysis through focus groups
Using focus groups it is possible to examine in depth survey results that emerge as important or critical for the organization . Focus groups can be used in an explorative perspective as well, in order to better identify relevant themes for future surveys.
Other typical techniques of social research such as interviews, ethnographies, etc. may be used to explore the subjects of interest.
Different research techniques (quantitative and qualitative) can be integrated and conveniently weighed to achieve a more multifaceted, extensive and tailor-made analysis.