For Black History Month, we are focusing on and striving to amplify the voices of the Black Americans we’ve engaged with over the last year through our polling.
Just 78 of the 875 largest publicly-traded U.S. companies have conducted pay equity analyses, but 82% of Americans agree that companies should not discriminate in pay. So with the majority of Americans in support of equal pay, who will take the lead on pushing for pay equity?
With so few Black Americans in top executive positions today, corporate programs supporting Black employees are essential to helping create more diverse leadership – and potentially greater profits – tomorrow.
We can all agree on pay equity and it cannot be ignored.
Business Leaders must rebuild trust and reimagine their role in our country.
Americans believe that companies should go beyond the laws to protect workers from discrimination.
The U.S. still shows massive discrepancies in the gender ratio in the professional workplace, especially in STEM fields.
When will the U.S. catch up?
Putting the pressure on corporations to invite a new set of decision makers to the boardroom table.
Following the announcement of President Trump’s first travel ban, Starbucks has emerged as a corporate leader in the deeply politicized conversation around immigration.
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