Promoting Equality, Diversity and Opportunity in The Workplace

D&I Critical to Strong Organizations

The Workplace a Podcast by CalChamber
Episode 83

Putting Racial Justice Words Into Action:

Best Practices and Strategies for California Businesses
July 15, 2020

Fostering An Inclusive Workplace

Webinar
July 9, 2020

CalChamber members are global leaders who have developed and produced many of the products and services people rely on to make their lives better. Our small business members provide jobs that support families in the communities where they operate. Our members are the job creators and the innovators looked to for positive change. Today, the leadership of CalChamber members is needed more than ever. Together, California employers must work to end racial injustice and inequality not only in our workplaces but in the whole of society.

CalChamber recognizes the realities of systemic racism and the role that skin color plays in denying equality and freedom. It is important that we all understand the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement because it highlights the worst consequences of racial injustice. CalChamber is asking all our members to identify and actively address the realities of bias in hiring, compensation, job assignments, staff management, performance reviews and promotions with a special emphasis on anti-black discrimination.

As such, we are pleased to provide you some important information and educational resources. The podcasts, webinars, blogs, and other training materials are useful tools in combating bias. Please share these items and future updates to this page with employees and colleagues so that, together, we can help forge a lasting culture of change.

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