Our regular DEI insight reports offer practical advice for organizations looking to identify the best talent with inclusion in mind. You’ll find articles from Investigo people and industry experts from across our network, including personal experiences and practical tips to help you get better every day.

Based on our four DEI pillars – disability and neurodiversity; gender equality; LGBTQ+ rights and needs; and race and religion – our reports cover all aspects of DEI in the workplace.

Our insights include:

Let’s talk about race

This report was compiled from the results of our race inclusion survey of all our people, and includes insights from D&I experts Change Alliance and VERCIDA Consulting. It examines in detail the way we think about the issue of race and offers tips for organizations who need guidance.

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You be you and I’ll be me

Covering issues such as being ‘out’ in recruitment, supporting LGBTQ+ colleagues, the search for authenticity, and gender equality, this report features contributions from members of the Investigo team and leading spokespeople from the LGBTQ+ community.

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Wellbeing and engagement

COVID taught us that it’s more important than ever to support our people’s wellbeing. How do we give them a working environment where they can be their best selves? Our contributors talk openly about the impact of the pandemic on our wellness, share their top tips for engaging your workforce, and think about what people really want from wellbeing at work.

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Neurodiversity ׀ The unseen difference

New ways of thinking are so important for any organization. Our neurodiversity insight discusses what’s normal and why we shouldn’t strive for it, challenges harmful misconceptions about neurological differences in education, and provides first-hand accounts of the challenges faced by neurodiverse employees and the parents of neurodiverse children.

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We love talking about the issues that really matter to people. If you’d like to discuss any of our insights, want to get involved in our next report, or need more advice on creating a more inclusive workplace, please get in touch with our DEI committee.