5 Best Practices for Employee Resource Groups

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If you’re searching for employee resource group best practices, here are 5 that might help:

1. Writing employee resource group mission statements

Let’s start with creating employee resource group mission statements. They outline your purpose and help with setting goals for ERGs. Most have a similar message that aligns with company objectives, plus differences that are specific to each underrepresented community.

Here’s an example from Google of an ERG mission statement for all of their sub-groups:

And, here are 3 examples of group-specific employee resource group mission statements:

Argonne ERG mission statement for African Americans:


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