There are several dimensions to diversity, such as personality, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, etc.
While each dimension has its unique challenges and the intersection of these dimensions compound the challenges, the ultimate outcome is systemic and normative exclusion.
Synclusiv’s approach is to deconstruct these systems and norms with a view of creating inclusive work environments that will benefit everyone.
Synclusiv’s programs take a new approach to work with organizations to create more inclusive work environments and support under-represented employees as they build their career and navigate the work environment.
“The simple fact is that trying to increase diversity by looking at it in silos or holistically has resulted in little progress for those most marginalized. We need to reconstruct systems and transform cultures to sustain diversity.”
– Nicole Piggott, CO-FOUNDER
“Diversity and inclusion are essential concepts that must be deliberately integrated into all areas of our society and economy.
Today, we must work together for greater inclusiveness of women and all members of underrepresented groups so that our children can be proud of the society we leave behind for them.”
– Caroline Codsi, ICD.D., CO-FOUNDER
The Synclusiv team strives to make all of our user services and tools accessible to as many people as possible. Synclusiv follows the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 provided by the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), a worldwide initiative to make the Web more accessible for persons with disabilities.
If you have any accessibility concerns or if you encountered difficulty with any of Synclusiv’s platforms, we would like to hear from you. Contact us at email@example.com.
Synclusiv is a national organization that recognizes and acknowledges that we are operating on unceded lands. We are committed to relentlessly working to address systemic racism and find sustainable solutions to enable Indigenous peoples to regain their rightful place. We know that opportunities for Indigenous peoples benefit our society as a whole.