Acknowledgements “To be a poor man is hard, but to be a poor race in a ...
The NAACP Opportunity and Diversity Report Card: Hotel and Resort Industry 2012
Racial Economic Inequality: Past and Present The NAACP Economic Programs aims to educ...
The Racial Wealth Divide 3
Three-fold Goal • Evaluate the leading corporation’s diversity-related performance in workforce demographi...
Industry Averages Relative to Population African Americans People of ColorGoverning Body...
The Hotel Report GradesLeading Hotels Hilton Hyatt Marriott Starwood Wyndham ...
Example of Section D of the EEO-1 Report Job WOR...
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NAACP Opportunity and Diversity Report Card: Hotel and Resort Industry 2012

In 1996 the NAACP as part of their Economic Reciprocity Initiative launched its first Consumer Choice Guides. These guides annually reviewed 5 different industries with 10 different corporations in each industry. This report was released annually until 2008. Building off of this tradition today we launch our new Opportunity and Diversity Report Card focused on the Hotel and Resort Industry.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - NAACP Opportunity and Diversity Report Card: Hotel and Resort Industry 2012

  • 1. Acknowledgements “To be a poor man is hard, but to be a poor race in a land of dollars is the very bottom of hardships.” W.E.B. Dubois 0
  • 2. The NAACP Opportunity and Diversity Report Card: Hotel and Resort Industry 2012
  • 3. Racial Economic Inequality: Past and Present The NAACP Economic Programs aims to educate around the realities and histories of racial economic inequality, recommend practical solutions and mobilize individual and community action. 2
  • 4. The Racial Wealth Divide 3
  • 5. Three-fold Goal • Evaluate the leading corporation’s diversity-related performance in workforce demographics, employment ofEvaluate minority vendors, and franchise/ownership. • Identify areas of weakness within the corporation as we compare their reported numbers to the national industryIdentify average. • Create pathways to opportunities and remove barriers Create 4
  • 6. Industry Averages Relative to Population African Americans People of ColorGoverning Body 8% 13%Workforce Diversity Top Management 4% 19% Mid/Lower Management 9% 31% Highly Skilled 12% 46% Semi-skilled 17% 47% Unskilled 19% 63%Employee Transition New Hires 17% 56% Promotions 12% 36%Supplier Diversity 1% 6%Property Ownership/Mgt. 2% 17% 5
  • 7. The Hotel Report GradesLeading Hotels Hilton Hyatt Marriott Starwood Wyndham AA POC AA POC AA POC AA POC AA POCGoverning Body F D C F A+ A+ C B A A+Workforce DiversityTop Management D F F F C F F C C FMid/Lower Management C C C B C C D D F DHighly Skilled C A D C B A D C F FSemi-Skilled C B D C B B C B D DUnskilled B A+ C A+ B A+ B A+ C A+Employee TransitionNew Hires B C C F B C C B B DPromotions C A+ C B A A+ C A+ F FSupplier Diversity C C C B C B C D B AProperty Ownership &Management B A+ C C B B D B F A+ OVERALL GRADE C+ C B C C 6
  • 8. Example of Section D of the EEO-1 Report Job WORKFORCE DATA/NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES Race/EthnicityCategories Total Male Female (A – N) White Black or Hispanic Native Asian America Two or White Black or Hispanic Native Asian America Two or (Not African or Latino Hawaiian (Not n Indian more (Not African or Latino Hawaiia (Not n Indian more Hispanic or American and Other Hispanic or races Hispanic America n and Hispanic or races Latino) (Not Pacific or Alaskan (Not or n (Not Other or Alaskan (Not Hispanic or Islander Latino) Native Hispanic Latino) Hispanic Pacific Latino) Native Hispanic Latino) (Not (Not or or Islander (Not or Hispanic Hispanic Latino) Latino) (Not Hispanic Latino) or Latino) or Hispanic or Latino) or Latino) Latino) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N OOfficials andManagers (1)Professionals (2)Technicians (3)Sales Workers (4)Office, ClericalandAdministrativeSupport (5)Craft Workers (6)Operatives (7)Laborers andHelpers (8)ServiceWorkers (9) Total (1 – 9)Total fromPrevious 7Report

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