Equal Opportunity

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.



Stories


MAJOR U.S. EMPLOYERS COMMIT TO ADVANCING SECOND CHANCE EMPLOYMENT

Washington, DC, April 26, 2021 - A group of major employers and national organizations today launch…

1 year, 5 months

Goldman Sachs Releases Diversity Data on Leadership Makeup, And the Numbers Aren't Promising

Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! 2 min read Despite promising to advance racial equ…

1 year, 5 months

LETTER TO ASSET MANAGERS: Racial Justice

On April 20, 2021, 140+ racial justice leaders published this open letter to asset managers as a fu…

1 year, 5 months

An NDA Was Designed to Keep Me Quiet

I chose not to be. We need to end gag orders for victims of workplace abuse. Ms. Ozoma is a tech po…

1 year, 5 months

More than 500 Alphabet employees demand Google stop protecting harassers in open letter

More than 500 Alphabet employees have signed an open letter demanding Google stop protecting the su…

1 year, 5 months

Share of black employees in senior US finance roles falls despite diversity efforts

Black employees held a lower share of top US financial services jobs in 2018 than they did more tha…

1 year, 6 months

Black Executives Call on Corporations to Fight Restrictive Voting Laws

Dozens responded after companies in Georgia said little against state legislation that put strict r…

1 year, 6 months

In 25 Years, the Pay Gap Has Shrunk by Just 8 Cents

Why does the gender wage gap still exist? And what can be done to close it? We unpack the issue. - …

1 year, 6 months

Wages, Minimum Wages, and Price Pass-Through: The Case of McDonald’s Restaurants

Founded in 1920, the NBER is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to conducti…

1 year, 6 months

Petitions


Netflix, Inc.
Netflix: Pressure GA to repeal abortion ban

Force Netflix, a big part of Georgia's lucrative film industry, to stop filming there & show there's an economic cost to endangering women's lives.

$435.8 million supporting

Amazon.com, Inc.
Facial Recognition: Privacy and Civil Liberties

The Amazon board should review customers to prevent civil liberty violations, and conduct an audit of all privacy implications.

$314.7 million supporting

Walt Disney Company
Empowering Workers in Governing Walt Disney Corp.

Non-management employees shall be part of new director nominees and/or other options such as labor councils, board liaison, Employee Stock Ownership

$313.3 million supporting

Woodward, Inc.
Empowering Employees in Governing Woodward, Inc

Woodward Inc. shall adopt a policy promoting significant representation of employees on the board of directors.

$308.9 million supporting

Edwards Lifescience…
Empowering Employees in Governing Edwards Life Sci

Edwards Life Sciences shall adopt a policy promoting significant representation of employees on the board of directors.

$308.9 million supporting

Repligen-Shareholder Proxy Access

Board enable shareholder proxy access

$317.1 million supporting

Kimberly-Clark-Written Consent by Shareholders

Board permit written consent by shareholders to cast minimum number of votes to authorize action at a meeting

$317.2 million supporting

BMY-Written Consent by Shareholders

Board permit written consent by shareholders entitled to cast the minimum number of votes

$317.2 million supporting

Chipotle-Permit Written Consent by Shareholders

Board permit written consent by shareholders to cast minimum number of votes to authorize meeting action.

$317.2 million supporting

Amazon-Enable Holders to Call Special Meetings

Board amend bylaws to enable holders to call special shareowner meetings.

$317.2 million supporting