How early-stage founders can build an inclusive culture from day one
The global economy is here to stay. COVID is accelerating our movement to an economy without physical borders.
In this global economy, most companies cater to a global audience. Startups (and companies in general) put themselves at a disadvantage when they do not diversify the staff who build products for diverse audiences.
Furthermore, employees increasingly choose who they want to work for based in part on metrics such as the company’s relative inclusion index. According to Glassdoor, 76% of job seekers quoted diversity and inclusion (D&I) as a requirement when considering a job offer in 2021.
What does an inclusive startup culture look like?