Mosaic recognizes "The Gayly" as an Inclusive Workplace Culture

From left to right: Gayly Chief Financial Officer Ken Townsend, Editor in Chief Robin Dorner, Multimedia Coordinator Jordan Redman and Associate Editor Rob Howard with the award for 3-star Inclusive Workplace Culture on behalf of “The Gayly” at the Economic Inclusion Forum. Gayly photo.

After completing Mosaic’s 2017 Top Inclusive Workplace Cultures Survey, The Gayly was recognized as a 3-star Inclusive Workplace Culture.  

The Gayly was presented as one of the Top Inclusive Cultures at Mosaic’s annual Economic Inclusion Forum on October 24th at the BOK Arena lobby. 

Mosaic’s annual Inclusive Workplace Cultures survey provides benchmark data for companies and organizations to gauge their strengths, opportunities and challenges. For those with exceptional diversity and inclusion practices, Mosaic and the Tulsa Regional Chamber recognizes the top Inclusive workplace cultures.

Analyzed collectively, these results also offer insight into trends for the region’s business community. Five years of survey responses show marked improvement in corporate commitments to creating diverse workforces and fostering inclusive workplaces, according to Mosaic.

The keynote speaker was Deb DeHaas, Deloitte’s Chief Inclusion Officer and Managing Partner for Corporate Governance.

Mosaic is the Chamber’s diversity business council. The primary focus of Mosaic is to create awareness about the competitive advantage of having a diverse and inclusive business climate in our region.

Mosaic seeks to leverage the region’s diversity to improve perceptions of our community and grow the economy. Ultimately, Mosaic wishes to catapult the Tulsa region into the forefront of diversity and inclusion through talent recruitment initiatives and business retention and expansion efforts.

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