Corporate Responsibility is a Personal Priority
With our world more connected than ever, the impact of what we do reverberates among more communities and deeper among the people that comprise them. We are conscious of how we conduct our business, our work and ourselves, and how we can leverage our core values to the betterment of all. Bringing light to underserved people and issues is the social sustenance that elevates everyone.
Building a Shared Future
Corporate responsibility springs from our mission of invigorating growth and equity. We are fueled by the power of our own diversity, and driven by inclusion among the people we employ, the clients we serve and the society we influence. Understanding how all these seemingly separate pieces are very much connected is why Vignetic strives to be a good corporate citizen.
FAQ - Diversity Intiatives
What is Diversity?
Diversity is the presence of differences that may include race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, socioeconomic status, language, (dis)ability, age, religious commitment, or political perspective.
What is DEI?
When discussing diversity initiatives in the workplace or in other organizations, many professionals reference the term DEI, which stands for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. DEI is a phrase that has become increasingly popular as our country works to become better for all who live here. This includes people who have been overlooked, under-resourced, and marginalized throughout history.
Why is DEI important?
Reinforcing robust DEI programs help every employee to show up each day without fear of being their true selves. This fosters higher degrees of engagement, productivity, and innovation that contribute to increased revenue.
Why is Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Important to Business?
When business leaders take the initiative to make DEI a priority in their business, they are setting their company up for social and economic success.
What is an MBE?
MBE stands for a Minority Business Enterprise. Minority group members are United States citizens who are Asian-Indian, Asian-Pacific, Black, Hispanic and Native American. Ownership by minority individuals means the business is at least 51% owned by such individuals or, in the case of a publicly owned business, at least 51% of the stock is owned by one or more such individuals (i.e. the management and daily operations are controlled by those minority group members.)
Harness the Vignetic Energy.
When dynamic people with diverse ideas come together for a common goal that your whole organization can rally behind… that’s Vignetic.