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Helping construction employers improve safety, productivity, and retention of skilled tradespeople by supporting diverse & inclusive workplaces.

People who identify as Black or African American are 12% of the US workforce
but only 6% of the construction workforce.
46% of LGBTQ+ workers are closeted at work
Women are 47% of US workforce but only 15% of the construction workforce.
Women make up just %5 of the craft workforce.

to hire and pay based on skill and experience regardless of ability, age, ethnicity, gender identity, nationality, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation

prospective employees by creating inclusive workplaces that are free from harassment, hazing and bullying

high-performing employees by identifying and removing barriers to advancement

every employee to promote a culture of diversity and inclusion

Taking the Pledge:

The companies and individuals who commit to a Culture of CARE aren’t passively thinking about their company culture. They are actively working to ensure that every employee – from the office to the jobsite – has the opportunity to feel valued, respected, and heard. Companies who commit to a Culture of CARE believe that everyone has the right to a work environment that is free from harassment, hazing, and bullying. You’ll be in good company – see the list of Impact Champions nationwide who have already taken the pledge.

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