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Employee resource groups (ERGs)—also known as business resource groups (BRGs), employee networks, etc.—are designed in part to support a more diverse and inclusive workplace, develop future leaders, enhance engagement, and strengthen the culture of their organizations. ERGs also offer participants an opportunity to work closely with peers and colleagues to expand their professional networks. This study, The Untapped Power of Employee Resource Groups, makes a compelling case for the business value of employee resource groups as a relatively underutilized leadership development platform.

Caregivers run the diverse gamut across ethnicities, genders, generations, sexual orientations, and other career related affinities that are often engaged with ERGs. Your ERGs can play a pivotal role in supporting the careers of all employees with caregiving responsibilities. Most importantly, your organization will be more successful when it can recruit, retain, and promote caregivers by ensuring they can thrive professionally within your organization. It’s good for your people, your culture, and your bottom line.

Caregivers run the diverse gamut across ethnicities, genders, generations, sexual orientations, and other career related affinities that are often engaged with ERGs. Your ERGs can play a pivotal role in supporting the careers of all employees with caregiving responsibilities. Most importantly, your organization will be more successful when it can recruit, retain.

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