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Cultural Transformation in the Public Sector

The trusted culture tracking platform that provides the most comprehensive data, insights and analysis for understanding your employees and their experience.

Attract and retain the best talent, and allow employees to thrive.

Trusted by progressive Public Sector companies  
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Unrivalled Data Collection 

inclusio streamlines diversity and culture data collection, identifies gaps, and measures key cultural sub-dimensions. We monitor your progress against public sector benchmarks


Benchmark performance in public sector 

Most comprehensive and reliable data

Gather protected characteristic data

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Enhancing Employee Knowledge

Our gamified platform nurtures inclusivity and workplace culture learning at your convenience. Created by our people science experts, it offers interactive articles, polls, videos, and quizzes to engage and educate public sector employees.


Foster new ways of thinking and behaving

Certified training courses 

Boost employee engagement rates 

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Unlocking Potential with People Science Expertise

inclusio's People Science Team, including organizational psychologists and DEI experts, conducts independent analysis of your employee data. We guide you in collecting essential data for workforce insights and impactful organisational changes.


Leverage DEI and culture experts 

Proven science-based model

Pinpoint the key areas to impact performance


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In our customers’ words.

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"We wanted to identify staff’s lived experience in the organisation, it really became a much deeper experience. The platform has assisted Teagsc to know who our staff really are, what their experience in the organisation has been, and target areas for improvement"

Della Hunter
Data Protection Officer

The Imperative of Inclusive Culture in the Public Sector

In the sphere of the public sector, the significance of culture and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) cannot be overstated. Influenced by societal changes, regulatory requirements, talent recruitment and retention, strategic advantages, and ethical considerations, government organisations recognise that DEI is not solely a matter of morality but also a critical strategy for ensuring long-term effectiveness and progress.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. How do public sector companies collect protected characteristic data from employees?
Public Sector companies must handle employee-protected characteristic data with care, ensuring compliance with data protection laws like the GDPR. inclusio, with its expert team and best practice process, collects 100+ data points to provide comprehensive diversity insights for a better understanding of employee identities and cultural perspectives.
Q2. What is a DEI and culture platform, and how does it work?
A DEI and culture platform, like inclusio, is a tool that helps organisations collect, analyse, and leverage data related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in their workplace nd measure its impact on the culture of the organisation. It typically provides insights, metrics, and actionable recommendations for improving culture and DEI initiatives. Inclusio, the first scientific platform for tracking and transforming company culture, stands out as the result of four years of academic research. Through AI, nudge theory, micro inputs, and a unique scientific framework, it quantifies previously unmeasurable DEI elements within companies while simultaneously fostering new thinking and behaviours across the organisation. This efficiency provides companies with the most comprehensive and reliable culture data they can get about themselves and expedites cultural transformation unlike any other solution.
Q3. Why is culture, diversity and inclusion important in the public sector?

Culture, diversity, and inclusion in the public sector are vital for representation, innovation, trust, legal compliance, effective policies, cost efficiency, global relevance, ethics, community relations, and achieving social equality goals. They enhance governance and public service effectiveness.

Use Case: Teagasc

Teagasc scientifically measure its culture of inclusion, captures deep demographic data, and identifies the gaps, strengths, and weaknesses within the organisation's DEI strategy