About Our Business Resource Groups
Business Resource Group (BRGs) are company-sponsored, employee-led networking groups. They act as strategic partners to provide input on business issues and opportunities, and allow employees to take action to address common interests, issues and concerns. BRGs partner with management to promote an inclusive environment at all levels in the company.
CONNECTED - Virtual Business Resource Group
Created to connect and empower employees who work virtually or from home, Connected helps build an inclusive environment for virtual employees through networking, programs and events.
DRIVEN - African American Business Resource Group
Driven provides professional and leadership development for African-American employees. Through mentoring, retention and community engagement, this group embodies our belief that a supportive community drives business and improves career outcomes.
EMPOWER - Women’s Business Resource Group
The first BRG to go global, Empower focuses on engaging and supporting women at CDK, as well as providing the tools to advance their careers and drive business performance.
HARMONY - Pan-Asian Business Resource Group
Serving as a collaborative and integrated community, HARMONY is committed to building partnerships within the organization and provides insights that help CDK better serve its customers.
L.A.T.I.N. - Hispanic Business Resource Group
The Latin American Technology Industry Network’s (L.A.T.I.N.) mission is to serve and operate as a support network for Latin American and Hispanic employees by fostering professional development, community engagement, and organizational culture within CDK.
NEXT WAVE - Millennial Business Resource Group
Designed to motivate millennial talent throughout CDK, Next Wave fuels passion and collaboration through professional development seminars that provide guidance on career mobility and financial freedom.
PRIDE - LGBTQ Business Resource Group
Pride is dedicated to offering a welcoming, friendly, and inclusive environment for LGBTQ employees and allies. Through this group, employees have a platform for open dialogue between LGBTQ members and the greater CDK community, providing a venue for honest, productive discussion.
VALOR - Veterans Business Resource Group
Founded in September 2016, Valor provides professional development services for veterans, their family members, and military supporters, while also promoting cultural awareness around military issues. This BRG helps strengthen CDK as a leading military and business partner.
The CDK Minority Dealer Program
The Minority Dealer Program was established in 1999 to support our minority dealers (African American, Asian American, Native American and Hispanic). Our objective was to position CDK (then ADP Dealer Services) as the number one provider of dealer management solutions and services to the North American minority dealer. We have helped to grow our dealers’ businesses, protect them against losses, and enhance our image as a good business partner.
Over the last 15 years, we have supported the dealers, the dealer associations and the manufacturers (and their minority dealer development programs). In 2001, we expanded our support to include women dealers.
Today, we have 1,600+ minority dealers and 975+ women dealers. Of the Automotive News Top 150 Dealership Groups, 14 of them are minority dealers and seven of them are women owned (co-owned). CDK has the largest market share among the minority dealer community.
We are committed to understanding the unique business challenges facing minority and women dealers today and to providing CDK solutions and services that address the specific challenges of this market segment.
Supplier Diversity Program
At CDK, we aim to create jobs, opportunity and growth in diverse communities by including and supporting diverse businesses in our supply chain. Our Supplier Diversity Program is committed to purchasing from a supplier base representative of our employees, clients and communities where we operate. Through this commitment, we seek opportunities to provide qualified business owners a chance to succeed—which benefits our communities, and in turn, our business objectives. Our supplier diversity strategies are designed to promote and increase the inclusion of diverse suppliers in our supply chain.
Our Community Investment Efforts
At CDK, we are committed to dedicating our time and resources to supporting our employee community engagement efforts and to improving the communities where our employees live and work.
We strive to be a positive corporate citizen across the globe. We’ve built our community investment strategy around three pillars that articulate our values:
Local community causes
CDK understands the large role our employees play in making a difference in their communities. We enable and recognize the generosity of our employees by providing programs to support their philanthropic endeavors:
Board Placement Program - We support the passions and development of our young professionals by assisting with and funding their involvement in nonprofit boards.
Global Disaster Relief Programs - When disaster strikes, CDK and CDK employees come together to assist by supporting nonprofit and disaster relief organizations through volunteering, employee donations, and matching gift campaigns.
Matching Gift Program - For every donation that an employee makes, we’ll match it, 1:1.
Volunteer Paid Time Off - Our employees get eight hours of paid time off each year to volunteer for local charities.
Customer Connected. Dealer Driven.
This is CDK Global
Some are afraid of change. Not us. Change is exciting. We want to be a part of it and help shape the future at a global and local level.
From creating an open platform to build better connections between manufacturers, dealers and customers to providing solutions for every touchpoint of a customer’s purchase and ownership experience. We’re committed to doing this together and exploring all of the endless possibilities that exist across all automotive and related industries.