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Significant social movements have shone a spotlight on businesses and the talent that keeps them running. How are companies treating their employees? How are corporate leaders responding to social change? Is diversity, equity, and inclusion truly a priority? It’s imperative that directors understand human capital oversight issues.

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Significant social movements have shone a spotlight on businesses and the talent that keeps them running. How are companies treating their employees? How are corporate leaders responding to social change? Is diversity, equity, and inclusion truly a priority? It’s imperative that directors understand human capital oversight issues.
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Pearl Meyer recently published a research report with Women Corporate Directors Foundation (WCD) around DE&I and how engaged board directors are around the topic, “Directors, Prepare for More: Tracking, Reporting, and Incentivizing DE&I.” 

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Pearl Meyer ran a survey in July 2021, “Tracking and Reporting on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.” 

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The Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA) and Its Foundation Welcome Largest Cohort of Latino Executives for Its Fall BRI Engagement with 65 New Executives.

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The lack of US Latino representation on US corporate boards has long been a significant challenge. For years, Latinos have been systematically excluded and bypassed for a seat at the table. Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA), a membership-based organization of US Latinos at the highest level of corporate leadership, was formed to increase US Latino representation on corporate boards by increasing visibility of Latinos primed for the boardroom

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The Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA) champions diversity at the highest levels of governance and corporate leadership. LCDA’s mission to increase the representation of US Latinos on corporate boards includes the tracking of Latino directorships on public company boards. Following California’s enactment of SB 826 and AB 979, LCDA committed to publish a quarterly California scorecard tracking the progress of both bills.

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The topics of diversity and inclusion, as well as gender pay equity and the gender pay gap, are currently front and center among private and public companies and non-profits, as well as the public at large.

 

Survey results from more than 200 organizations indicate some interesting trends in terms of how they view these issues and what, in practice, they may be doing to address them. In this report, we look at results from our 2020 survey, incorporating trends from our 2019 inaugural DEI survey.