Alexandria, VA – The American Bakers Association (ABA) released the 2022 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the U.S. Commercial Baking Industry Study. Conducted in March 2022 by ndp analytics, the study assesses the current diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) activities in the U.S. commercial baking industry.
The findings help employers better understand current baking industry DE&I strategies and initiatives, workforce demographics, and more.
The key findings and opportunities discovered in the study were presented at the NextGenBaker Leadership Forum in Alexandria, Virginia on April 28, 2022. During the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Roundtable, ndp analytics Senior Economist, Mary Donovan, and members of the ABA DE&I Working Group led a dynamic discussion of the study findings and the opportunities for baking businesses.
“The Working Group commissioned this study to support ABA Members as they continue on their DE&I journeys,” said Christina Donnelly, Director of Industry Relations, ABA. “Our goal is to offer resources and thought leadership on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace that will benefit the industry.”
This is an ABA Member-exclusive study. If you are an ABA Member, you can access the full study here.
For any questions, please contact Christina Donnelly.
On-Demand Portal Access Instructions
To access the results of the study, company representatives should access ABA’s On-Demand Portal. If a representative has accessed content on the portal before, they will need their portal confirmation number to amend their current order.
If a representative has not accessed content on the portal before, they will create a new account for the portal and add the results (and any other content item of interest) to their order.
Click here to access the portal. Should a representative not know their confirmation number from past orders, they should simply click on the “Already purchased a webinar or report” link on the home page to receive their confirmation numbers.
Access the study on ABA's On-Demand Library