Top 100 Places to Work Winners Had to Dig Deep When Responding to 2020′s Racial Reckoning

Scottish Rite for Children held an event to honor George Floyd on June 4. (Scottish Rite for Children)
Scottish Rite for Children held an event to honor George Floyd on June 4. (Scottish Rite for Children)

This story, originally published in The Dallas Morning News, is reprinted as part of a collaborative partnership between The Dallas Morning News and TMN. The partnership seeks to boost coverage of Dallas’s communities of color, particularly in southern Dallas.

By Cheryl Hall
Dallas Morning News Writer

Our winners had difficult conversations, looked for ways to develop a more diverse workforce and donated to a wide range of causes.

2020 has been exceedingly tough for corporate leaders.

Our Top 100 Places to Work met COVID-19 heart-first by giving virtual hugs, listening intently and holistically supporting their troops’ well-being.

But how did they deal with the murder of George Floyd and the resulting racial reckoning that sent people of all ages and colors to the streets of North Texas demanding social justice?

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