What is DEI?
"DIVERSITY" is the presence of differences within a given setting. In the workplace, that can mean differences in race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age and socioeconomic class.
"EQUITY" is the act of ensuring that processes and programs are impartial, fair and provide equal possible outcomes for every individual.
"INCLUSION" refers to the degree to which diverse individuals are able to participate fully in the decision making processes within an organization or group.
While a truly “inclusive” group is necessarily diverse, a “diverse” group may or may not be “inclusive.”
Reference: BUILT IN, INC. Website
Why companies work on DEI
■Recruit top-class personnel
■To secure a workplace where women employee can remain
■Corporate Social Responsibility Influences Buying Decisions
■More Belief-Driven Customers
“SHeStands At Once” is not a program aimed for achieving immediate goals, but will attempt to change the mindset that causes underlying issues, while providing emotional support for employees. Analyzing corporate position and issues with a DEI assessment. Providing a custom DEI promotion program based on the company’s needs through questionnaires that can understand real issues by listening to how employees feel. We will work together to upgrade the company to become a HAPPY+PRODUCTIVE+CREATIVE organization where anyone working in the company can experience well-being. In addition, we are also adopting efforts to obtain Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare certified, “Eruboshi certification” and the “Kurumin certification” and other awards.
It has been pointed out that sometimes short term and superficial efforts for DEI does not lead to solving issues, but only highlights and hurts those in marginalized groups. Therefore, there is a perspective known as BDJ (Belonging, Dignity, Justice) which was created based on a sense of Belonging and Justice, that aims to create an environment that understands and respects each individual as human. This is an idea that focuses on the internal by centering the experiences and voices of marginalized groups, such as whether each individual feels welcomed, respected, and has a sense of physical, emotional and psychological reassurance. This training program “SHeStands At Once” focuses on these individual emotional aspects and will customize the program according to company needs.
DEI Assessment / Unconscious Bias / Female Leadership programs
DEI for board members, management and HR / Child-care Leave Return Program / DEI for Male Employees / Woman Empowerment Program / Self-esteem Program / Career Counseling / Mindfulness
Minority literacy for those including LGBTQIA+ / gender gap literacy
＊From our rich contents, we will customize the program according to your company's needs regardless of the audience's role in the organization (Executives, personnel, management, staffs).
Listening to those in personnel and management
Customizing the program
Setting a goal towards DEI
Common issues we hear from companies
☑︎ Would like to deepen the companies understanding for promoting diversity.
☑︎ Would like female employees to play a more active role.
☑︎ Are trying to make efforts for women’s active participation but feeling like the efforts are superficial and active results cannot be seen.
☑︎The understanding of the necessity of diversity within the company is low that the significance of promoting it does not resonate with managers and employees alike.
☑︎Are working on diversity& Inclusion, but its significance has not resonated in the workplace that change is yet to be seen.
☑︎ Wanting to increase employee motivation and engagement to improve productivity and profitability.
☑︎ Wanting to increase creativity in a diverse environment.
ーManagers who wish to/are striving to strengthen their company’s promotion of diversity.
ーThose in charge of promoting diversity within the Human Resources department.