Investors press for more information on how women are recruited, promoted and paid
By Patrick Temple-West, August 19, 2019
Big US pension funds and impact investors will this month step up pressure on companies to reduce the gender pay gap by trying to compel them to disclose the difference in how they treat men and women.
The states of Connecticut, Minnesota and Oregon are among the investors that are pressing companies to disclose more information about how women are recruited, promoted and paid.
The Investors want new disclosures about the promotion gap between men and women as well as information about how women are compensated as they climb the corporate ladder.
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