In the wake of important and timely conversations surrounding diversity, equity, and inclusion, we recognize the role AGC and its member companies can play in facilitating necessary, positive, and long- term systemic change in the construction industry.
To start, we must acknowledge we have fallen short of leading our members and the industry in the pursuit to end discrimination. We take responsibility for the times we have contributed to building a culture of inequity and are actively working to correct those mistakes. Going forward we must lean on our mission and core value as our guide to shape policy, improve industry relationships, and develop our workforce for all Californians.
We will lead meaningful, open, and honest conversations that will foster a culture of inclusion for our industry. We will listen to those impacted by racism, inequities and discrimination of all forms with the intent to learn and improve. And we will work with our members to create meaningful paths forward, so progress is seen and felt on jobsites and offices across the state.
In order to make impactful and intentional change, AGC will:
Associated General Contractors of California
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