Diversity Through Investment

A white-paper compilation of the results of the Best Practices Initiative Benchmark Survey. The publication details successful telecommunications industry Best Practices programs and the process by which specific companies have implemented them. To download the PDF, click here. (2001)

 The Fifteen Percent Gap

The 1997 salary parity analysis of a survey of multiple video distribution services employees conducted by the Foundation and Cablevision magazine.  To download the PDF, click here.

 Promoting Your Workplace

The resources guide lists contacts and information on existing best practices programs and encourages companies in the telecommunications industry to participate in national programs that recognize best companies for employees to work for. To download the PDF, click here. (2000)

 Diversity Awareness Piece

Diversity Awareness Piece was created in partnership with NAMIC in 1999 to provide diversity facts and figures. To download the PDF, click here.

 The Case for Diversity

The first in a series of tools arising out of the Best Practices Initiative research. The piece details demographic trends, changing employment patterns and the buying power of women and people of color and is designed to help companies implement Best Practices in their own companies. To download the PDF, click here. (2001)

 Technical Pay Gap

The 1998 salary parity analysis of a survey of employees working in the technical areas of the telecommunications industry conducted by the Foundation and Cablevision magazine. To download the PDF, click here.

 Eighteen Percent Less

The 1998 salary parity analysis of a survey of video programming employees conducted by the Foundation and Cablevision magazine.  This research is out of print.

 Industry Resource Guide

A 1997 resource profiling work/life productivity programs successfully implemented in the cable and telecommunications industry. This research is out of print.

 Executive Guide to Using the CableForce 2000 Survey

An intensive company-wide assessment developed by the Foundation to help companies evaluate "culture," promote diversity, assess leaders and review company systems, policies, and procedures.  This research is out of print.

 Child Care & The Cable Industry

Executive Summary
Results of a 1994 industry-wide child care study.
This research is out of print.

 Questions?

If you have any questions contact Kathleen McNally at 202-827-4794 or kmcnally@wict.org.