The Role of Employee Resource Groups
Employee resource groups (ERGs) – also called employee network or affinity groups – began as small, informal, self-started employee groups for people with common interests and issues. Today, they exist not only to benefit their group members, but to support Los Rios' efforts to attract and retain diverse employees.
These groups celebrate, validate, and respect the individuals of our organization. They are open to all employees and typically have a structure of campus leaders as well as periodic meetings and/or socials. They may also serve in an advisory capacity, as needed.
Currently, our employee networks are comprised of:
- African Americans
- Asian Americans
- Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people
- Native Americans