Addressing Racism in the Cleaning Industry

June 18, 2020

Racism negatively impacts all communities, industries, and businesses. The latest segment of Straight Talk discusses how making the cleaning industry and all workplaces more equitable for workers of color begins with understanding the racism in our social structures.

When it comes to running a business, a genuinely equal playing field assures that black workers have opportunities not only for employment but for job advancement. Business owners need to consider what their company culture and the makeup of their leadership and boardrooms tells a person of color about their chances for upward mobility in the organization.

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