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Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

At World Sports Network, we believe that diversity and inclusion are not just moral imperatives, but also strategic assets. We are committed to building a diverse workforce and creating an inclusive environment where every employee feels valued, respected, and heard.

Our Mission and Vision

Our vision is to create a workplace that mirrors the diversity of the global communities we serve. People’s views can be influenced by race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, social class, age, and other factors.

We strive to be as inclusive as possible by taking into account all of the above factors not only when choosing our contributors, but also in the editorial guidelines we provide to all of our writers.

Our parent organization, Gaming Innovation Group, currently employs staff from over 40 different countries, reflecting its commitment and dedication to diversity.

Our Strategy

1. Recruitment and Retention

Implementing fair hiring practices to ensure a diverse candidate pool. Ensuring equitable pay and promotion practices across all levels of the organization.

2. Education and Awareness

Conducting regular training sessions on topics such as unconscious bias, cultural competency, and inclusive leadership. Celebrating diversity through global and cultural events that educate and inspire our workforce.

3. Policy and Governance

Establishing clear policies that advocate for diversity and prevent discrimination and harassment.

Our Goals

Setting clear and effective Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) goals is crucial for an organization's success in creating a more inclusive and diverse workplace. We at WSN are committed to reaching set goals in desired timeframes. 

🚀 Here are our top five goals by 2027.

1. Increase Representation

Goal: Achieve a workforce demographic that mirrors the diversity of the national or regional labor market.

Action: Implement targeted recruitment strategies to attract a diverse pool of candidates.

2. Promote Inclusivity in Leadership

Goal: Ensure that leadership positions are held by employees from diverse backgrounds, aiming for at least 30% representation.

Action: Develop a leadership development program specifically for underrepresented employees.

3. Enhance Employee Engagement

Goal: Improve engagement scores related to diversity and inclusion by 15% within the next survey period.

Action: Conduct regular workshops and training sessions that focus on inclusive practices and cultural competency.

4. Support Career Advancement

Goal: Increase internal mobility and promotion rates for underrepresented groups by 20%.

Action: Create mentorship programs and career pathing initiatives tailored to support these groups.

5. Cultivate an Inclusive Culture

Goal: Achieve a 90% positive response rate on inclusivity in employee satisfaction surveys.

Action: Implement a company-wide inclusivity training program and establish regular feedback loops to assess the program's effectiveness.

Careers

We are always on the lookout for talented people to join the World Sports Network team. You can find the latest job openings that we have available on our Careers page

Reach Out

You can email us directly at [email protected]. We will be happy to help you with any information you need.

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