How to Make ERGs More Inclusive of Hourly Workers

Updated 3/1/22

Hourly workers are the backbone of the U.S. economy. 

They are the 73.3 million people that serve you food at restaurants or help manufacture the car that you drive. According to Kronos, a workforce management solutions company, hourly workers also tend to be people of color, are the lowest-paid individuals, face obstacles to career advancement and their voices are often not heard at work. 

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