S&P Global is committed to equitable pay. Our philosophy is to deliver competitive and fair compensation programs that motivate our people, drive performance and create shareholder value. Transparency around reward-related decisions and practices reflects our commitment to our people-first philosophy and to a rewards structure that is equitable and aligns to our business. As part of that commitment, we conduct annual pay reviews to ensure fair pay for our employees.
Hear from Yusuf George of JUST Capital, the only independent nonprofit that tracks, analyzes, and engages with large corporations and their investors on how they perform on the issues Americans care about most. Yusuf recaps findings from JUST Capital’s Corporate Racial Equity Tracker and recommendations for how corporate leaders can act on DEI commitments as outlined in the CEO Blueprint for Racial Equity.
November 2, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC), the Canadian chapter of the United Nations Global Compact, will be hosting an innovative virtual forum, Business for Gender Equality: A forum to fast-forward progress in the Canadian private sector on December 2, 2020, from 12 pm-6 pm EST.
Report highlights 100% gender pay equity in the U.S. and 99% pay equity for its 90,000+ global employees.
An inclusive, diverse, and equitable workplace is critical for the success of any company. At Medtronic, this value is rooted in the Medtronic Mission, directing our global company since 1960 to recognize the personal worth of all employees.
Scotiabank has been named to the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index. The GEI is the world’s only comprehensive investment-quality data source on gender equality, which recognizes internal company statistics, employee policies, external community support and engagement.
To celebrate this recognition, we'll take a look back at what 15 Scotiabank employees had to say about what gender equality means to them.
by Barbara Mason, Group Head and Chief Human Resources Officer at Scotiabank
I’m very pleased to announce that Scotiabank has been named to the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index. The GEI is the world’s only comprehensive investment-quality data source on gender equality, which recognizes internal company statistics, employee policies, external community support and engagement.
We are in a moment. The moment of Time’s Up and #MeToo. The moment of women’s marches. The moment of Harvey Weinstein and Justice Kavanaugh. The moment when more women than ever before have been elected to public office. It’s also the moment when investors have an historic opportunity to become a powerful force for advancing gender equality across the globe.
Nestlé has pledged to help accelerate the pace towards equal pay for equal work, at an event in the margins of the UN General Assembly in New York.
The event was organized by the Equal Pay International Coalition, led by the International Labour Organization (ILO), United Nations Women, and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The main objective is to build a consortium of committed partners to accelerate the pace in closing the gender pay gap and achieving equal pay, in line with target 8.5 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Wells Fargo releases results from a recent study to highlight the company’s commitment to equitable pay for team members.
On Thursday, Wells Fargo released the results of its most recent pay equity study, which was conducted by a third-party consultant, to highlight the company’s ongoing commitment to equitable pay for its team members.
Currently, 56 percent of Wells Fargo’s team members are women, and 42 percent of its U.S. workforce are people of color. After accounting for factors such as role, tenure, and geography, the results from the study continue to show the following: