How are the questions weighted to generate the global footprint and Diversity and Inclusion scorings ?
Mixity’s expert founders studied and decided on the weight (from 0.5 to 1.5) to be given to each question to establish the D&I scores and generate a unique Diversity and Inclusion footprint for each company. The details of the weightings are the "secret code" that makes the strength and notoriety of Mixity’s evaluation framework and data expertise. This confidential data cannot be communicated publicly. If you need further details on our assessment methodology, please contact Mixity via the contact form.
How often is the Diversity and Inclusion assessment framework updated?
To evolve in link with regulatory changes and practices identified in organizations, Mixity’s evaluation framework is updated on an annual basis. This update is carried out every year during the month of April.
How are personal data protected?
Our confidentiality policy commits the Mixity company to ensure the protection of your personal data in compliance with the regulations relating to the protection of personal data and in particular the “Liberty and Security” law and the Regulation (EU) 2016 / 679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 (GDPR). This personal data protection policy applies to all applications and forms collecting personal data by Mixity company.
Duration of the retention of personal data?
Your personal data are kept for a period of time related to the purpose of the processing concerned in compliance with the regulations in force and in accordance with the recommendations issued by the European laws.
I can't find my company footprint on the Mixity platform
The D&I footprint you are looking for is not available? If after checking your entry and after several attempts you do not get any results, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and give us the name of the structure you are looking for. We will take the necessary steps to invite the organization to fill out its assessment and notify you as soon as the footprint is available on our site.
I am unable to access the assessment for my company?
You need to be authorized by the company or organization to access to the Mixity assessment.
I cannot access the webpage where I am invited to give a personal opinion about my business? my organization?
This option has to be activated by your organization to be available online for online visitors.
How to do ? Have I lost my login details, my access codes to the Mixity platform?
You can send an email to the following address: email@example.com. You will receive a response within a reasonable time.
How to assess the maturity of your Diversity and Inclusion processes?
The MCQs offer you several choices to assess the maturity of your actions and systems
We detail below what each answer corresponds to:
None = The topic has never been discussed within the company
it's under consideration, action to plan = The subject has been discussed within the management but no action is planned
Action planned for next 6 at 12 months = Actions are planned and will be implemented during the year
This process exist but is not formalized yet = Actions exist but are neither followed up nor repeated over time.
This process has been recently formalized and could be improved = Actions have existed for a short time or in the form of a pilot, they are monitored but need to be strengthened and repeated over time.
This process is formalized and followed for several years in a continuous improvement process = Actions exist, they are regularly monitored and repeated and are an integral part of the organisation's strategy.
What is the scope of the assessment?
The Mixity assessment takes into account numerical indicators, so it is important that you are able to aggregate and consolidate data from all the entities you wish to include in the scope of the assessment.
Over what period run the assessment?
Define the earliest date with consolidated and accessible data. (for example: 31/12/2021). For questions that require a period (within the last 12 months...), you must count backwards from this date (for our example this corresponds to the year 2020 from 01/01/2021)