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‘Diversity and inclusion’ policy to drive performance

Associated to the area of excellence People & Change.


Regulatory and ethical developments, linked to anti-discrimination law and the promotion of equality, are making it increasingly necessary to ensure that diversity and inclusion are respected and exemplified within an organisation. The same applies to talent management and employer branding. 


We are working to define the factors and criteria needed to build an appropriate Diversityand Inclusion (D&I) policy model that also has a positive impact on the company’s performance. 


The development of the model is based on a dual sociological and econometric approach making it possible to:

  • Diagnose professional practices and perceptions generated by work, including the verification of compliance with standards and regulations;
  • Identify resistance and levers for improvement;
  • The production of recommendations to ensure that changes are sustainable and to facilitate adaptation to changes in standards.


All organisations.


Doctor Tanguy DUFOURNET

Doctor Tanguy DUFOURNET

Tanguy has a degree in Philosophy from the Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, a multi-disciplinary Masters specialising in issues of inequality and discrimination from the Institut d’Étude du Travail at the Université Lumière Lyon 2, and a doctorate in the sociology of work. Tanguy was a teacher-researcher at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, where he co-founded the ‘Inequalities, Discrimination and Territory’ master’s degree. He has also worked with companies on transforming their HR diversity policy, and with institutions and local authorities on carrying out a territorial diagnosis of their anti-discrimination public policy. He was also Head of Human and Social Sciences and Operational Research for Sidaction, before joining Square Management to continue producing impactful knowledge for its clients. Among his research work for Leroy Merlin Source between 2016 and 2022, he studied the rise of home working as a structural change in the workplace and the impact of confinement on its spread.


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