Below are some of the ways in which we are working to make our company and the trades a better place for Black employees and service professionals.
We will continuously update this page with upcoming events and links to useful resources. We hope you will join the conversation and be a part of the change needed to enable people of all races, genders and religions to enjoy equal opportunity in our communities and our country.
We’ve organized a series of ongoing events that involve proactive discussion, petitioning people of influence through multiple mediums, and fostering community around shared values. Stay tuned for registration details on how to join this engaging biweekly event.
Panel of Black business owners. Irum Rashid-Jones, Michael Johnson, Lawanda Hall, Daniel White shared their stories and experience as Black service professionals.
Black employees share their stories and experiences with the company. Question and Answer session around hard to discuss topics to help remove the discomfort and open the dialog.
Now with over 120 members this group is dedicated to sharing, educating, unifying, and driving action among Housecall Pro employees for the Black Lives Matter movement and around all issues of equality.
- ProTalks Live Discussion with Black Business Owners. They shared their stories and a bit of what it’s like to be Black in the trades.
- Follow-up discussion of the documentary ‘13TH’ where employees shared their learnings and shared opinions on what racial injustice means today.
- A Netflix watch party of the
was held online to educate employees on the topic of systemic racism and the effects of the 13th amendment.
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