The problem
Despite an increase in global attention and effort, the gap in pay and career opportunity between men and women remains significant. Women make on average 65-70% of what men make, and women make up only 30-35% of managerial positions. Corporations can lead in moving toward gender equity in many ways, including through public commitments to achieve gender pay and career equity (and public disclosures of progress), non-discrimination and other internal policies, formal programs and benefits offered to women (such as mentorship programs), creating a respectful and transparent work culture, and engaging with supply chain partners on gender equity
What this cause is about
equal opportunity
gender pay gap
gender equality
gender discrimination
UN Sustainable Development Goal 5
Data partners
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How ratings work
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Ethos is using 158,767 unique data points since 2018 to rate companies, stocks and funds on equal pay and opportunity, including from these metrics:
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