2022 will see an increase in the number of automotive brands that support diversity and inclusion. More automobile firms have shown their support for diversity and inclusion by starting personal campaigns or lending their support to initiatives by the year 2022.
2022 will see an increase in the number of automotive brands that support diversity and inclusion.
More automobile firms have shown their support for diversity and inclusion by starting personal campaigns or lending their support to initiatives by the year 2022.
There is still a lot of work to be done, not just in terms of gender, but also in other areas of diversity, as the success of the industry depends on its ability to recruit smart and intellectual people.
For example, in order to champion its involvement in promoting diversity, brands such as Audi have, as of the year 2017, implemented holistic Diversity Management. This management strategy includes training courses on unconscious bias, toolboxes for inclusive leadership, and equal-opportunity processes. Audi also collaborates with external initiatives, such as the Women Automotive Network, in order to promote diversity. This effort is paying off for the organization as seen by the fact that it has already taught around 10,000 employees, managers, and supervisors on diversity-related themes to this point.
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Mercedes also started its 'Accelerate 25' Diversity and Inclusion campaign in the year 2020. This was a five-year program that marked the formalization of the company's ambition to become a more diverse and inclusive workforce. Other businesses, such as Henkel, announce their views on the issue via their own branded websites. For instance, Henkel has this to say about their approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI): "At Henkel, we support a holistic Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) strategy. The cornerstone of our competitive advantage is the variety of our workforce in terms of their histories, experiences, abilities, expertise, and creative capacities, as well as the understanding of all the unique characteristics that they bring to the table.
2022 has been one of the greatest years for promoting positivity in the inclusion and diversity sphere, making it one of the greatest years for promoting diversity and inclusion in the automotive industry. This is despite the fact that the conversation concerning diversity and inclusion in the automotive industry has been ongoing for years.
In the last little while, a number of different activities and campaigns have been started in order to raise awareness and promote fairness in this area. To their credit, a number of automotive firms have been at the vanguard of registering their support for the cause by seizing every chance that has been available.
This year's Women Automotive Network (WAN) conference is scheduled to take place on June 22nd and 23rd, and it already has over 30 sponsors signed up from a variety of different businesses, including several automotive manufacturers. The conference in June will bring together influential thought leaders in the industry and provide chances for networking for all those engaged.
The Women Automotive Network is the venue for conversations around automotive diversity and technology that is expanding at the highest rate. Events, programming, mentoring programs, and a fast-expanding community of more than 14,000 members across digital make this possible.
We have high hopes that as the dialogue surrounding diversity and inclusion becomes more in-depth and widespread, we will see an increase in the number of companies and individuals who accept this positive change as the new norm, as well as a means of fostering growth and building partnerships that will last. According to Fjoll Novakazi, a User Researcher and iPh.D. Candidate at Volvo, "The car business historically represents for a macho culture, yet the mobility it facilitates stands for freedom - economic, social, and cultural empowerment..."