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Engagement update: 80% of Top 100 companies agree to disclose diversity data

Investors often lack the information that we need to evaluate corporate diversity performance as a material issue for our investment decisions. This issue brief details Calvert's engagement effort to ask companies to make their EEO-1 reports public, and to release their pay equity data.
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By John WilsonDirector of Corporate Engagement, Calvert Research and Management

Investors often lack the information that we need to evaluate corporate diversity performance as a material issue for our investment decisions. This issue brief details Calvert's engagement effort to ask companies to make their EEO-1 reports public, and to release their pay equity data.

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