Build Your Case

As the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council, Mosaic champions the business case for diversity and inclusion. Mosaic programming and initiatives encourage organizations to think about inclusivity not merely as compliance or a “check box,” but as an opportunity to attract top talent, strengthen their bottom line and invest in the region’s global competitiveness.

Best Practices

Click on the five pillars below for targeted resources to help your organization improve in these areas. Your Mosaic Inclusive Workplace Index results will help show which pillars your organization should focus on.


Want to incorporate inclusion and diversity into your organization's strategic initiatives, or learn more about the ROI of intentional inclusivity? Check out these resources:

Information about the Mosaic Inclusive Workplace Index

For the past three years, Mosaic has released an annual survey to provide benchmark data for companies and organizations to gauge their strengths, opportunities and challenges with recognition given based on results at the three, four and five star level.

In 2018, Mosaic redesigned and renamed the survey the Inclusive Workplace Index. The new assessment tool will still help organizations, both large and small, evaluate their diversity and inclusion efforts, but it is more user friendly and offers immediate feedback. Companies will also receive suggested resources based on their results targeting growth areas.

Individual results will be kept confidential with results reportedly publicly only in aggregate. Data will also be used to help gauge regional strengths and weaknesses to help make Northeast Oklahoma a more inclusive and desirable place for business and talent to consider.

2018 Inclusive Workplace Cultures

36 Degrees North
A New Leaf
American Airlines
AmericanChecked Inc.
Arrowhead Consulting
Arvest Bank
Ascension St. John
Auto-Turn Manufacturing
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma
Black Wall Street Chamber of Commerce
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
Blue Star Integrative Studio
CAP Tulsa
CREOKS Behavioral Health Services
City Year Tulsa
Cityscape Home Mortgage
Commerce Bank
Community Service Council
Conner & Winters
Covanta Tulsa
Cox Communications
Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS)
Doubletree Tulsa Warren Place
Drummond Communications
Enterprise Holdings
Exceptional Leaders Lab
Explorer Pipeline
First Mate Financial Advisors
Greenwood Cultural Center
Grogg’s Green Barn
Heidi Hartman Consulting
Hilti Inc.
Ihloff Salon & Day Spa
Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa
Ingredion Inc.
Joshi Technologies International
Key Personnel
KKT Architects
LDKerns Contractors
Leadership Tulsa
LIFE Senior Services
Luxa Enterprises
Macy’s Distribution
Magellan Midstream Partners
Matrix Service Company
Mental Health Association Oklahoma
Morton Comprehensive Health Services
NewView Oklahoma
Northeastern State University
Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice
Oklahoma State University
Oklahomans for Equality
Phillips Theological Seminary
Reading Partners
Resolute PR
Resonance Center for Women
Schnake Turnbo Frank
Selser Shaefer Architects
SMG Tulsa
Sofidel America
Southwestern Power Administration
Stinnett & Associates
Switchgear Search & Recruiting
T.D. Williamson
The Gayly
The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless
The University of Tulsa
Tulsa Area United Way
Tulsa CASA
Tulsa City-County Library
Tulsa Community College
Tulsa Economic Development Corporation
Tulsa Health Department
Tulsa Honor Academy
Tulsa Regional Chamber
Tulsa Tech
Union Public Schools
Up With Trees
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Workforce Tulsa
YMCA of Greater Tulsa
York Electronic Systems
YWCA Tulsa
Zia Communications