Studies show that having an inclusive workforce gives companies a distinct advantage. Not only are there significant public relations benefits, but data from McKinsey and others confirm that diverse companies outperform their homogenous counterparts. However, reaping the benefits of an inclusive workforce isn’t automatic. That’s why PRIDE Industries offers a full suite of diversity and inclusion training options.
To effectively leverage corporate diversity, it’s important to help both managers and individual contributors learn how to work with people with diverse abilities and backgrounds. No matter their role in your organization, all employees benefit from training that removes unconscious bias. Recognizing and appreciating the natural differences among people enables your employees to work together more effectively. And by building stronger teams, inclusivity training brings real bottom-line benefits.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to building an inclusive workplace. That’s why our training courses are designed with flexibility in mind. Our suite of instruction modules enables you to build a curriculum that fits your company culture and goals. With certifications, online courses, seminars, and other learning tools, we make it simple for you to find the best curriculum for your business.
PRIDE Industries has deep experience in leveraging a diverse workforce for continued growth. Our mission is to create employment for people with disabilities, and by fulfilling that mission, we’ve grown into a national organization with more than 5,000 employees. More than 60% of those employees have a disclosed disability. At PRIDE Industries, we know first-hand that people with disabilities contribute greatly to a high-performance workplace. And after more than 55 years in business, we know how to create a work environment that makes the most of every individual’s talents. With our training, your workforce will be able to do the same.
Since 1966, PRIDE Industries has been dedicated to normalizing workplace inclusion. Today, 60% of our employees have a documented disability.
Leverage our decades of inclusion empowerment through our inclusive workplace training, custom skills labs for diverse abilities, and comprehensive recruiting services.