The racial justice movement has put a spotlight on structural inequities across America. People are demanding action of their leaders, including at work. Words of solidarity with the Black community are no longer enough and, in fact, they are being (rightfully) turned back on organizations that are not doing the work internally to walk the talk.
At United Minds, where we’ve been tracking the evolution of employee activism for the past seven years, we are seeing a seismic shift in what is being demanded of employers by their people. In fact, according to our research