30% Club: FTSE 100 ahead of S&P 500 and TSX 60 on D&I


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Diversio found that 79% of dissatisfied employees cited inclusion-related concerns as the cause.

Diversio found that 79% of dissatisfied employees cited inclusion-related concerns as the cause.

The FTSE 100 is ahead of the S&P 500 and TSX 60 in diversity and inclusion, according to research for the 30% Club Global Investor Group conducted by Diversio.

The FTSE 100's overall score for diversity, inclusion and commitment sits at 65.7 out of 100, while the S&P 500 scored 58.8 and the Canadian index TSX 60, 55.1, according to Diversio's key metrics for assessing D&I.  The board and executive level's diversity of gender, race, and ethnicity accounted for a quarter of each company's score. Another quarter focused on D&I initiatives and regulations, while anonymous employee feedback was used to determine the other half. After scraping negative employee reviews of companies online, Diversio found that 79% of dissatisfied employees cited in...

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