Mathison Announces New Equity Index, Empowering Organizations to Get to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – Faster

Hiring and retention platform provides companies with an all-in-one tool to uncover DEI gaps and develop strategies for action

Mathison, an all-in-one Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) platform, announced the launch of its new Equity Index, a single system allowing employers to build action plans, mobilize employees and measure ongoing impact.

Mathison’s Equity Index is based on more than three years of comprehensive research alongside hundreds of DEI experts and HR professionals across over 25 industries. It gives employers a robust framework to audit their entire talent lifecycle for the changes that will advance diversity, recruiting and retention. The software enables employers to build and manage their DEI roadmap on an ongoing basis in the way they set goals, benchmark and report progress.

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“Mathison’s Equity Index is our go-to DE&I baseline,” said Emily Steuerwald, People Experience Director at Acorn Health. “It gives us an actionable way to diagnose our DE&I gaps, gain immediate insights into where we need to focus, then assign goals and actions to our team to bring everyone along. We are beyond excited with this.”

Designed to help organizations accelerate their DEI progress, wherever they are in the process, the Equity Index diagnoses operations, policies and practices to gauge its DEI gaps and strengths. The system recommends personalized and prioritized DEI goals that are mapped to a robust knowledge base of DEI guides, case studies and training to guide teams across every step of their DEI journey. Progress is visible on an intuitive, downloadable dashboard, so the sharing of DEI progress and metrics is easy and powerful.

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Counting major companies such as Bristol Myers Squibb, Cornerstone, Theory, Sonos and HelloFresh, as well as nonprofits such as the World Economic Forum, among its clients, Mathison also recently raised a $25 million Series A to propel its mission to make DEI planning, goal-setting and implementation accessible to companies of all sizes.

“Mathison’s Equity Index is invaluable,” said Ciara Gogan, Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Global Partners. “It gives you thoughtful and comprehensive DEI policies and metrics, specific goals that focus on your areas of greatest need, and guided resources that empower you to improve.”

Beyond knowing it’s the right thing to do, data shows that companies who value diversity and inclusion outperform other companies by as much as 400% according to Great Places to Work. “Despite the best intentions, we’ve seen countless organizations struggle to identify DEI gaps, get buy-in and make ongoing progress,” explained Dave Walsh, CEO and co-founder of Mathison. “We’re excited to roll out the new Equity Index to enable organizations to accelerate, manage and measure their DEI impact and affect real change.”

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