Diversio Certification

The global standard for inclusion

Showcase your commitment to diversity & inclusion through Diversio’s globally recognized certification program.

Endorsed by

Endorsed by

Diversity & inclusion is not a “nice to have”, it’s your competitive advantage


of millennials have left their company for a more inclusive one, and 49% say they will leave within 2 years



average drop in a company’s market value following an Executive ‘bad behavior’ scandal



consumers want brands to take a stand on equality, and 76% conduct follow-up research to see if they are authentic

Cohn Communications

Diversio Certification tells employees, investors and customers that your organization treats inclusion as a key performance driver, and that you are ‘walking the talk’.

What it means to be Diversio Certified

Meaningful Goals

Your organization has measured and set targets to increase diversity at all levels, including leadership roles.

Leadership Accountability

Your organization regularly collects data on employee experience to identify bias and barriers faced by minority groups.

Commitment to Inclusion

Your organization has implemented programs and policies designed to unlock specific challenges, and is committed to tracking results.

How It Works


Company Assessment

Intake data on employee experience through a 4-minute pulse survey or an enterprise plug-in

Receive your score

Understand strengths and weaknesses on Diversio’s six-part Inclusion Framework.

Benchmark results

Compare your scores to Diversio’s industry database of 21,000 companies.


Action Plan

Receive customized recommendations designed to address your specific challenges

Select Programs

Review programs and policies designed to improve your culture.

Create Execution Plan

Select your preferred interventions and create an execution plan with senior-level accountability.



Receive your Certification and demonstrate your commitment to inclusion


Review your Inclusion Scores and action plan with your Diversio advisor.


Communicate your commitment and Certification to employees, customers and stakeholders.

What Is Measured


Dominant versus non-dominant employees at all levels and roles within your organization, including at least one of the following dimensions: gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and persons with a disability.


Dominant versus non-dominant employees across six employee experience metrics: culture, unbiased feedback, mentorship and sponsorship, flexible work options, safe work environment and recruiting and hiring.


Commitment of your organization’s leadership to implementing programming and measuring results. Programs must be data-driven and include an accountability mechanism to track impact and progress.

Making the most of your Certification

Diversio Certified companies use their Certification to demonstrate they are ‘walking the talk’ on diversity and inclusion. This helps them attract top talent and enable their employees to take pride in their workplace.

Some of the ways organizations promote their Diversio Certification include:

  • Adding their Diversio seal to employee signature lines
  • Posting their Certification on their website, shared office space and marketing material
  • Including their Certification in stakeholder reports, such as quarterly Board updates and investor material