When U.S. truck driver Edgardo Villatoro received his paycheck in November 2015 from XPO Logistics Inc., his gross pay was $2,054.05. The number on his paycheck, however, was $337.26.
Globe and Mail article on International Women’s Day includes SHARE’s efforts o tackle gender diversity in the boardroom as well as the gender pay gap.READ FULL ARTICLE
When TD Bank Financial Group holds its annual meeting in Toronto on Thursday morning March 30, close observers of proxy voting in Canada will consider the 2017 season officially under way.
Canada’s regulatory framework for human rights due diligence in global supply chains lags that of other jurisdictions, and that’s a concern for Canadian institutional investors. A new report from the Shareholder Association for Research & Education (SHARE) reviews supply chain transparency legislation…
La réglementation au Canada en matière de protection des droits humains dans les chaînes d’approvisionnement est « en retard par rapport à d’autres pays », et cela « constitue une préoccupation pour les investisseurs institutionnels canadiens, soutient un récent rapport de l’Association des actionnaires pour la recherche et l’éducation (SHARE).READ FULL ARTICLE
Globe and Mail op-ed signed by Peter Chapman, Executive Director, SHARE; Robert Walker Vice-President of ESG services and ethical funds, NEI Investments; Hervé Guez Head of Responsible Investment Research, Mirova; and Clare Payn, Head of Corporate Governance North America, Legal & General Investment Management.READ FULL ARTICLE
Benefits Canada reports on SHARE’s supply chain transparency disclosure report which finds that Canada is lagging behind other jurisdictions in establishing a regulatory framework for due diligence around human rights in global supply chains.READ FULL ARTICLE
Investment Executive article on SHARE’s report on how supply chain legislation in Canada could tackle forced and child labour.READ FULL ARTICLE