SHARE is concerned with decent work because a company’s workforce is key to its long-term success. Decent work and workforce disclosure were front-and-centre issues for SHARE during the 2019 Canadian proxy voting season. Learn about what we accomplished with our clients and affiliates this year.
Just-Style – The Workforce Disclosure Initiative is renewing its calls for companies across the world to come forward with better data on their staff and supply chain workers, with the aim of improving the quality of jobs globally.
SHARE and a coalition of institutional investors with combined assets of more than $14 trillion is renewing its demand for companies across the world to come forward with better data on their staff and supply chain workers, with the aim improving the quality of jobs globally.
Shareholders have made a strong statement to the world’s fifth-largest fast food company: good workforce management is a good investment. After engagement by the Atkinson Foundation and SHARE, 66.5% of Restaurant Brand International independent shareholders supported a proposal asking for disclosure on workforce management.
Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day, to recognize and celebrate the ongoing history, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples to our nation and to the world. To provide some examples of how reconciliation is relevant for individuals and organizations in the investment and financial ecosystem, we offer some of the work SHARE is doing – in our programs as well as internally.
Investors ask Dollarama to address human rights risks in global supply chain. A shareholder proposal filed by the Pension Plan of The United Church of Canada with support from SHARE goes to vote June 13 at company annual meeting
Shareholders request that the Brookfield Asset Management Board of Directors expand its annual disclosure to include Comprehensive health and safety KPIs across the company’s global assets and operations and full reporting on the number and types of complaints received from employees, including contractors and temporary workers, the remedies offered under its grievance mechanism and the percentage of complaints resolved.
A new study released today finds Canadian companies acknowledge that modern slavery in corporate supply chains is a priority issue which requires action, including through potential legislation.