Boeing has fired 65 employees and disciplined 53 for racist and hateful conduct ...

Boeing has fired 65 employees and disciplined 53 for racist and hateful conduct in the year since George Floyd's death Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun implemented a 'zero-tolerance' policy in June 2020 in the wake of the George Floyd murder last summer 'There is no place for hate within our company, and we will keep expecting the best from everyone in their interactions with one another,' Calhoun said  66.8% of Boeing's current employees are white, while 6.4% are black, 14.2% are of Asian descent, 7% are Hispanic, and 3.6% listed as 'more' Calhoun says the company aims to increase black representation in it's workforce by 20% in the U.S. by 2025

By Gina Martinez For Dailymail.Com

Published: 15:43 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 15:43 BST, 1 May 2021

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In the last year alone, aerospace company Boeing has fired 65 employees and disciplined 53 others over racist, discriminatory and hateful behavior, the company reported on Friday.  

The disciplinary actions came as a result of Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun's 'zero-tolerance' policy implemented in June 2020 in the wake of the George Floyd murder. 

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'As we have witnessed horrific images in the news and heard heartbreaking stories from our people, our determination to advance equity, diversity and inclusion has only become stronger,' Calhoun told employees in a report.

'There is no place for hate within our company, and we will keep expecting the best from everyone in their interactions with one another,' he added. 

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun (pictured) says 'There is no place for hate within our company, and we will keep expecting the best from everyone in their interactions with one another'

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun (pictured) says 'There is no place for hate

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