Skip to Content

Rosendin Rosendin

Culture of Care

  • Culture of Care

Promoting Equality and Diversity

Rosendin is Zero Tolerance

It is our responsibility as a leader in the building industry to promote equality and diversity. We acknowledge the entrenched racism of our society and the resulting inequalities in our criminal justice system, education, community services, and healthcare for Black men and women and people of color.

These communities have shouldered the burden of systemic racism, and it is now up to us to assume that weight as we move forward. We are committed to addressing the inequity through meaningful action and change, including education, training, and donations to communities and organizations with a similar mission. We are working to create an environment that welcomes and includes all communities. Acts of discrimination, harassment, and/or racism by or against our team members, partners, and clients will not be tolerated.

Diverse workers photo
Worker assembling part

The construction industry has the highest rate of male suicide among U.S. workers.


Percentage of people who identify as Black or African American are 12% of the U.S. workforce but only 6% of the construction workforce.


Women are 47% of the U.S. workforce but only 9% of the construction workforce. Women make up just 3% of the craft workforce.


Percentage of LGBTQ+ workers that are closeted at work.

Make an Impact

Rosendin believes that every individual has the right to a work environment that is free from harassment, hazing and bullying. We will take action to ensure every employee at our company has the opportunity to reach their full potential by building a culture that is diverse, safe, welcoming and inclusive.

By taking this pledge, I am committing to the following principles:
C.A.R.E. banner

Submit Your Pledge

“It’s easy to think that the labor movement is just about securing work, good wages and benefits and safety on the job. But that’s only part of it. The very first line of the IBEW’s constitution states ‘Our cause is the cause of human justice, human rights, human security.’ As union members, we believe that standing together is stronger than standing divided, and that extends to racial as well as economic justice.”

Lonnie R. Stephenson, International President
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

“Electrical construction is an impactful and fulfilling career, and NECA believes in making this career accessible to everyone. We have made diversity and inclusion a priority in 2020, developing a task force within the association to identify opportunities for growth and how we can best include these important topics in our educational and informational offerings. It is not just about words and thoughts; it is time for taking action and developing concrete plans. Diversity and inclusion can no longer just be buzzwords, but core principles as we continue to empower lives and communities throughout America.”

Larry Beltramo, President
National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)

Share This Page