Discrimination against certain demographics of employees creates toxic work environments and leaves out some of the best talent. Investors can encourage companies to protect and promote talented workers regardless of personal identities, around the world.
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Over the past couple of years, conditions at the USA-Mexico border have worsened. An influx of migrants have overwhelmed US border control agents. Man
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Vanguard should develop policies to encourage its portfolio companies to close their gender and racial wage gaps
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The Amazon board should review customers to prevent civil liberty violations, and conduct an audit of all privacy implications.
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The right to be queer is being legally attacked in the US. But Vanguard can ensure its companies are not complicit.
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Ask Alphabet (Google) to link executive pay to sustainability metrics, including diversity & inclusion
There is a dearth of women in Board and other leadership positions. CEOs need to prioritize changing this in order for diversity efforts to succeed.
The right to be queer is being legally attacked in the US. But State Street can ensure its companies are not complicit.
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BlackRock is a leading member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB). It must support SASB diversity standards BLK itself approved.
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Ask TJX Companies to disclose gender-, race-, and ethnicity-based pay gaps
Alphabet/Google should report on, and take steps to close, its global median gender pay gap