We’re thrilled to share the news that Dynamic Signal has joined CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, the world’s largest CEO-driven initiative to advance diversity and inclusion within the workplace.
CEO Action is a collective of more than 1600+ leaders from the world’s leading companies and business organizations working to create a new standard to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace—and society at large. Dynamic Signal CEO Eric Brown proudly signed the CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion pledge, adding his name to the growing list of Chief Executives who have taken this important step, signaling a continued commitment to D&I efforts across every area of business.
Our own Chief People Officer, Regan Cain shared, “The Dynamic Signal brand is built from the inside out, focused on people, anchored in purpose, and driven by values. Partnering with the CEO Action Movement represents a key step in further committing to our values and making them tangible. D&I is not only an ethical mandate—it’s critical to business success.”
Signing the #CEOAction pledge is just the first step in a larger movement of influential companies working together to create a more inclusive future, sharing best practices to strengthen inclusion efforts, and contributing to meaningful actions with the goal of lasting equality and change.
“We are committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity in all areas of our business and celebrate the unique perspectives and backgrounds that make us stronger. We also know that this cannot happen authentically if we aren’t willing to take meaningful action to recognize and correct the vast inequalities that have been allowed to persist across every major institution in our country,” said Eric Brown, CEO of Dynamic Signal. “Joining the CEO Action movement is a meaningful step in expanding what inclusion looks like here while setting a new, important standard of responsibility in the industry. We’re excited to continue investing in this extremely urgent work.”
There’s no denying that the movement for equality is taking hold in the corporate world. In fact, NASDAQ recently announced plans to enact requirements to increase the diversity of women and underrepresented minorities in the boardroom—setting minimums based on company size, as well as mandates on reporting data. Once approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission, companies that don’t comply could be delisted, or face other consequences.
CEOs who sign the CEO Action pledge promise to share best practices, create safe and nurturing environments where employees can speak out, engage in comprehensive diversity training, and include their boards on these plans.
Has your organization taken the pledge to ACT ON supporting a more inclusive workplace for employees, communities, and society at large? Head over to CEOAction.com to learn more.