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We are starting to see “equity” at the forefront of conversations around diversity and inclusion. While not all things are created equal, they need to be equitable. As leaders continue to strategize how to foster a culture of belonging and safety among their employees, they must add the idea of workplace equity to their conversations.

Equity can be complicated to identify, demonstrate, and measure, in the workplace. This is because what constitutes fair and equitable treatment is often subjective and unique to the experiences of every individual employee.

However, your firm can show equity in the workplace by first recognizing this reality. To foster an equitable workplace for your people, business professionals and lawyers equally, it is essential for your firm to first assess its current practices.

Are your law firm’s practices equitable? Take Calibrate and SkillBurst‘s 5-minute confidential survey and lend your opinion.

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Interested in speaking with our consultants to see how your firm can foster an equitable workplace? Contact Haley Revel.