Most corporations today have embraced D&I as part of their corporate philosophy. Trident is proud to work with companies who believe that recruiting from diverse groups helps increase innovation and improve retention, and therefore the bottom line.

We understand how crucial this is, in today’s context more than ever. Trident’s team of discerning recruiters identify and source from the massive untapped talent pool of diverse candidates across the nation. We believe that the policy of diversity and inclusion will enhance business performance for our clients and create a healthy work experience for their employees. As per a PwC report, companies with a higher percentage of diversity teams have recorded 19% higher revenue.

That said, at Trident we have devised a comprehensive plan on how we help our client achieve their D&I goals. This year, with all the curveballs that the pandemic threw at us, Trident has helped hire 64% diverse candidates for our clients at positions, which make a difference in the corporate hierarchy.

Harness the True Power of Diversity

Diverse organizations ensure they’re meeting their hiring needs with talent that pushes the boundaries of what’s possible.
Here’s how they do it.


We continually audit ourselves on diversity to measure our success

We hired 64% diverse permanent employees for our clients in the roles that make a difference to the overall workforce


Take a look at our AESSIAO plan to understand our D&I hiring strategies.



We help our clients leverage the benefits of Diversity in the workplace

Reduced risk

Our clients have implemented strong diversity programs and policies to address and resolve potential discrimination and harassment issues. It makes them less vulnerable to penalties in the event of discrimination or harassment lawsuits.

Ability to attract and retain employees

Companies that have a strong commitment to diversity often find it easier to recruit and retain talented and diverse employees. Studies show that employees are more likely to recommend an employer that is socially responsible, even in difficult labor markets. Today’s millennials will easily switch jobs if their core values conflict with those of their employer.

Expanded talent base

We have worked with many companies who practice diversity and inclusion find better talent and retain them.

Expanded supplier base

By establishing relationships with suppliers in increasingly diverse markets, our clients gain in diverse markets.

Greater innovation

Contributions from people of diverse experiences and perspectives allow companies to improve innovation by generating new ideas and highlighting emerging issues.

Financial gains

By working with a diversity supplier like Trident, our clients gain financially from Federal tax breaks.

How can you improve your company’s workplace diversity?

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Top 5 workplace diversity statistics


Workplace diversity leads to innovation. Inclusive companies are 1.7 times more likely to be innovation leaders in their market


Workplace diversity leads to better decision making. Diverse teams made a business decision, they outperformed individual decision-makers up to 87% of the time when it comes to making business decisions.


Workplace diversity generates higher job acceptance rate. 67% of job seekers said a diverse workforce is important when considering job offers.


Companies with diverse workforce outperform its competitors. Racially and ethnically diverse companies outperform industry norms by 35%


Companies with more diverse workplace make more money. Companies that have more diverse management teams have 19% higher revenue.