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Author: Human Rights Campaign
This year, an historic 304 major businesses…scored 100 percent on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index and the coveted distinction of “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality.” These companies adopted a full framework of LGBT inclusion in the workplace,...
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[PDF] Liu, Pension Funds Reach Agreement With AIG, BNY Mellon, And US Bancorp To Disclose Race And Gender In Workforces [USA]
Author: John C. Liu, New York City Comptroller
Comptroller John C. Liu and the New York City Pension Funds today announced that AIG (NYSE: AIG), BNY Mellon (NYSE: BK), and US Bancorp (NYSE: USB) have agreed to provide meaningful disclosure of the composition of their U.S. workforces by race and...
Author: Sue Reisinger, Corporate Counsel [USA]
In a groundbreaking trend for corporate America, major companies are moving much faster than lawmakers in providing equal rights protection to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals. “Businesses have laid a foundation of workplace...
LIU, Pension Funds Reach Agreements With Goldman Sachs and Metlife to Disclose Race and Gender of Workforces
Author: New York City Comptroller
Comptroller John C. Liu and the New York City Pension Funds today announced that Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) and MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET) have agreed to provide meaningful disclosure of the composition of their U.S. workforce by race and gender across...
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