Finding the right resources and tools are critical to understanding both the “how” and the “why” of Opportunity Employment. Below is a shortlist of what we’ve found to be most useful to both us and our partners.
What Good Looks LikeLearn More
What Good Looks Like is a series of case studies documenting how employers have implemented equitable talent practices.
How Change HappensLearn More
How Change Happens offers a change management strategy designed to shift mental models about inequitable talent systems and economic mobility
Engaging Frontline Employee VoiceView Resource
Engaging Frontline Employee Voice helps employers unlock efficiency, productivity and innovation while better supporting the frontline
Advancing Frontline WomenFSGView Resource
12 evidence-based practices companies can employ to help break down barriers women face in the workplace, while simultaneously creating a competitive advantage.
Case Studies: Good Companies, Good JobsMIT Sloan School of BusinessView Resource
Compendium of "pioneeringʺ employer case studies developed by the MIT Sloan School and Hitachi Foundation, with emphasis on the healthcare, manufacturing, reta…
The Stable Scheduling StudyWorkLife LawView Resource
Analysis of scheduling practices at national retail store, The Gap, and how certain interventions, such as tech-enabled shift swapping, impacted both workers a…
The Good Jobs StrategyZeynep TonView Resource
Research and writing on why job-quality strategies can provide a “win-win” for both employers and workers.
NOD Resources and PracticesNODView Resource
The National Organization on Disabilities organizes best practices companies looking to hire and retain people with disabilities.
The Competitive Advantage of Racial EquityFSG & Policy LinkView Resource
Developed in partnership with PolicyLink and funded by the Ford and W.K. Kellogg foundations, The Competitive Advantage of Racial Equity highlights examples fr…