Employee Benefit News September 26, 2023
By Jeff Green

The corporate reckoning that followed the 2020 murder of George Floyd has led to a historic new era of transparency. Just three years on, most of the largest U.S. companies are sharing data on the race and gender makeup of their workforce — information that many of them previously only gave privately to the federal government. Despite the recent debate over the future of diversity efforts in American workplaces, experts expect the recent trend for openness to continue.

In October 2020, when we first started asking S&P 100 companies to release the data that they submit to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, just 25 of them agreed. This year, some 97 of those companies provided their most recent data,...

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