Mercer offers an evidence-based approach to diversity, equity and inclusion. For our 2020 global report, we surveyed more than 1,150 companies in 54 countries, representing over seven million employees worldwide. This research includes key findings on race and ethnicity in the US.
Our 2020 global report, Let’s Get Real About Equality, builds upon our seminal 2014 and 2016 research and examines the achievements made to date and the ground yet to cover. Learnings from this research will help guide organizations in the steps they must take to successfully institutionalize the policies, practices and programs that will help ensure equality of opportunity, experience and pay — and ultimately nurture an inclusive culture. View the report highlights.
Discover bright spots that demonstrate forward momentum with the potential for lasting impact on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). One example: hiring, promotion and retention rates of women are finally comparable to those of men across all career levels.
In this report, learn where we have made progress and where we still have room to grow, including new data and insights on:
81% of organizations globally report that improving diversity, equity and inclusion is high on their agenda.
Regardless of what stage an organization is at, Mercer has defined active measures it can take to build a diverse workforce, ensure equity and shape an inclusive culture. In addition to data and insights, the When Women Thrive 2020 global report offers organizations practical actions they can take to make true and lasting progress.
These reports offer a deep-dive into the state of DEI in particular geographies, and share relevant data, insights and solutions.
Less than half of US organizations (42%) publicly document commitments to racial or ethnic equality.
Mercer’s research findings on race/ethnicity in the US highlight what organizations can do to cultivate a workplace environment that addresses racism and inequality, promotes justice and inspires inclusion.
Access the When Women Thrive 2020 global report or the report appendix, which includes the full global and regional survey responses.