An in-depth accounting of the state of racial equity disclosure from the 100 largest U.S. employers – assessing how corporate America is taking concrete action to advance racial equity today.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll continue to track significant racial equity announcements and actions from companies not captured in the first iteration of our Tracker here.
P&G’s Damon Jones shares what he’s learned navigating the company’s commitment to racial equity and why he wants companies to “focus less on the perfect statement and more on actions that bring everyone together.”
While companies are highly likely to disclose baseline DEI commitments, they are much less likely to report on what actions they’re taking to advance racial equity.
We have seen flows into ESG funds go from roughly $5 billion to nearly $400 billion since 2015, which begs the question many have asked: what constitutes an ESG fund?
Listen in on our conversation with Andrew Ross Sorkin on our latest initiative to advance racial equity in corporate America, and why this issue will be a core focus this proxy season.
“The problems that are tearing at the fabric of American society require all of us – government, business and civic society – to work together with a common purpose.”
In this Chart of the Week, we take a look at our charitable giving data to analyze whether there are meaningful trends around the ROE of Russell 1000 companies.
“This is the future. And we need to make that future happen as quickly as possible otherwise we’re just a caretaker of a museum,” he said.
Good jobs – created by investing in workers’ financial health, career development, and overall well-being – must be central to the conversation around wages.
CEOs of some of America’s largest corporations have begun to voice their opposition to what they say is restrictive legislation that makes it harder for Americans to vote.
These companies check all the boxes when it comes to pay parity, policies that particularly benefit mothers, and women on their board.
What concrete actions should corporate leaders prioritize to ensure a movement toward greater racial equity in the workplace and beyond?
This week, we highlight how investment strategies are rapidly realigning to account for climate change.
JUST and the Head of CECEP will talk with Nick about how he led a cultural transformation to engage employees, enhance diversity, and increase transparency around key human capital issues.
Pay equity mattered a lot to the public before the pandemic, and it matters even more now.
With only one-fifth of America’s largest companies disclosing that they conducted a pay equity analysis, it’s clear that this issue must remain in focus for corporate America as we build back from COVID-19.
This week, Emmanuel Faber, one of the world’s foremost proponents of stakeholder capitalism, lost his job as CEO and chairman of Danone. The easy reaction would be to see this as a blow for proponents of the stakeholder cause. That would be a mistake.
We look at why, as PwC’s US chair Tim Ryan put it, now is an ideal time for corporate leaders to disclose EEO-1 Report data to accompany their recent commitments to racial equity.
This week’s chart from the Wall Street Journal explores the recent tidal wave of ESG funds and dives into the average expense ratios of U.S. equity ETFs.
Demographics disclosure is on the rise across corporate America, and so we looked at the data and discovered women are largely underrepresented compared to the working population, as are non-White and non-Asian workers.
The EEO-1 form has rapidly become the gold standard of disclosure, and the numbers and metrics within it reveal a picture of the state of gender and racial diversity at America’s largest companies
More investors are recognizing that investing can serve a dual purpose – to both reach financial goals and to perpetuate core values by supporting companies doing right by all shareholders.
CEOs are a notoriously optimistic bunch. But even so, their views contrast sharply with those of their workers, who have a decidedly different take on the situation.
The past year revealed why a just economy that works for all Americans is more important than ever.
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