With teams in the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Russia, Sweden and the US, along with events that stream in over 100 countries, DICE is a platform for everyone – and it’s essential that our people represent the diversity of the fans we serve. We’re dedicated to fostering a culture where everyone feels that they belong, where our voices are heard and where we feel supported to be our authentic selves.
We know that having a variety of perspectives makes us a better company. We also know that when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion – there is always work to be done. Our aim is to make our company and industry fairer for underrepresented communities. We will continue to hold ourselves accountable and make DEI integral to our business.
DICE is determined to pull up for change, and that starts by sharing our data. Our second DEI survey has measured our diversity across gender, ethnicity, nationality, age, sexual orientation, education, socio-economic background, disability, neurodiversity, religion, caring responsibilities and mental health. This data represents an 89% participation rate.
The results clearly show that a larger effort must be made to drive the diversity of our leadership and technical teams, with gender and ethnic diversity being our key focus. We’ve compared our results to the Census and ONS data to ensure that we measure ourselves correctly against the communities we live and operate within.