Today’s global corporations have many tools for measuring success as they pursue more respectful, inclusive and diverse workplaces. Efforts around religious diversity, equity and inclusion, however, may seem more difficult to evaluate. To answer that need, Tanenbaum and the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation (RFBF) present the Corporate Religious Diversity Assessment (CRDA).
With the CRDA, global companies have a tool specifically to measure the success of their religious diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. Inspired by the Corporate Pledge on Religious Diversity & Inclusion, issued by the RFBF in 2016, the CRDA utilizes four major criteria as a framework for companies to evaluate their existing work around religious diversity and inclusion, as well as religious freedom, and identify and initiate next steps.