AGC of Washington's

Culture of CARE Initiative elevates

conversations about critical issues that

affect the workforce of our industry.

The Culture of CARE program celebrates and promotes workplace diversity and delivers resources to help organizations become more diverse at every level of their operation.

AGC hosts events, shares best practices and promotes on-going dialogue about an orgnization's role and responsibilities in creating welcoming and enduring places for construction's next generation.

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Adopting a Culture of CARE


COMMIT

YOUR COMPANY TO A CULTURE OF CARE


ATTRACT
THE WORKFORCE OF TOMORROW


RETAIN
YOUR SKILLED WORKERS AND DIVERSITY


EMPOWER

EVERY EMPLOYEE TO PROMOTE DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

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GET STARTED!

 

TAKE THE PLEDGE  Join your fellow business-community members in committing your leadership and resources toward fostering a Culture of CARE at every level and in all aspects of your company.

ADVERTISE YOUR COMMITMENT   We have posters, hardhat stickers and logos to help you celebrate and promote Culture of CARE both in the office and on the jobsite. Use these along with your own messages to demonstrate your company’s commitment to Culture of CARE! 

 Regard-Respect-Resolve 11x17 poster

Regard-Respect-Resolve 18x24 poster

Culture of CARE logo
(PNG, transp. bckgrnd)

 

Request Culture of CARE hardhat stickers here

 

TRAIN YOUR CREW

Supervisory training  AGC of America video: Anti-Harassment & Discrimination - order here.

Worker training  AGC of America video: Anti-Harassment & Discrimination - order here.

For everyone  Unconscious-bias training resources

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AGC of Washington created the Culture of CARE Diversity & Inclusion Initiative to elevate awareness of critical workplace issues within our industry. The Culture of CARE initiative responds to current workforce needs, and the need to bring opportunities in construction to traditionally underrepresented groups, such as people of color and women. We hereby ask our member companies to join us in boldly committing to a Culture of CARE to foster greater diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out our
Culture of CARE
jobsite video with
Mandi Kime of AGC
and Chris Reese of
PCL Construction Services!

 

Check out video and
images from our
April 5, 2018
Culture of CARE
kickoff event!