Restaurants Rise: Improving equity, diversity and inclusion in the restaurant industry is uncomfortable but necessary, Dr. James H. Pogue II saysArticle by Joanna Fantozzi published on Aug 19, 2020 in

Keynote speaker Dr. James H. Pogue II believes there is much more that businesses could be doing to address inequality and biases in their hiring, training and promotion processes.

The resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of continued police violence has pushed racial-bias conversations to the forefronts of our minds, in both our homes and our places of business. Acknowledging that there are problems is the first step toward mending our nation, but how do we move forward to take action? Within the workplace, answers are not always easy and take a lot of work from a corporate, managerial, and employee-driven perspective, Restaurants Rise keynote speaker Dr. James H. Pogue said in a Tuesday webinar session on “A Restaurant’s Role in Diversity, Inclusion & Social Justice.”


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