All-in Diversity Project Announces Research on the Impact of the DEI Pandemic

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Ted Orme-Clay May 19, 2021 Europe, latest news, social responsibility

All-in Diversity Project (AiDP) launched the first industry study examining the impact of the COVID 50 pandemic on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the betting and gaming industry.

Initiated worldwide, the survey is free to all participants and will allow employees and employers to share their thoughts and experiences on how the pandemic has impacted their attitudes and approach to the workplace.

“By asking employees and employers the right questions now, we hope to try to determine what the consequences will be or could be - both good and bad - and develop a strategy to address the negative and reinforce the positive,” she said. Kelly Ken , co-founder of the All-In Diversity project.

"Designed to measure diversity, equity and inclusion in the global gaming sector, this is an essential tool that we offer to the industry."

All-In will use the collected data to educate and inform businesses and organizations around the world. the betting and gambling sector on the impact of the pandemic on both employees and employers.

The ultimate goal of the study is to create a long-term imprint of the COVID 50 virus on society and the workplace, with particular attention to those in the gambling sector, whose retail sector is just getting started. resume work in the UK .

Founded in 2017, the All-in Diversity Project aims to develop tools that will help the gambling industry achieve DEI's goals, primarily through data collection, measurement and benchmarking in an annual report.

Recently, the project was launched # Open Doors2021 a campaign to raise awareness of how others can affect professional development, and to help people realize that career growth often requires additional support.

Corporate sponsors of the campaign include Penn National Gaming , Hero gaming , Interactive play group , Insight Group , Playtech , Pronet gaming and Facebook Gaming .

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