Capping executive pay on its own is a limited response to a structural problem. Limiting a few peoples’ income at the top end does not guarantee that the dollars saved will be channelled towards measures that improve economic outcomes for the rest of the workforce.
Institutional investors welcome the Government of Canada’s commitment to begin consultation on supply chain due diligence legislation in 2019. Such legislation will help the private sector identify and root out modern slavery and child labour in business activity.
SHARE and its global partners have launched a campaign that promotes sustainable water resource management in the oil & gas sector, collectively asking over 30 North American oil and gas companies to disclose key information about their water-related risks by responding to the CDP Water Questionnaire.
After a meeting with Canadian federal government representatives, SHARE sent a follow-up letter calling for further provisions to protect worker retirement incomes in the event of corporate insolvencies.
SHARE is proud to announce its new US & Global Equities Shareholder Engagement Program, a new way for SHARE’s community to extend its influence and advocate for a sustainable, inclusive and productive economy.
SHARE welcome’s SNC-Lavalin’s first annual report on Lobbying & Political Activities and its continued commitment to overseeing and reporting on lobbying activities, as well as its commitment to continued dialogue.
Faith-based organizations from across Canada along with international guests will plan the next steps for making the most of collaboration at SHARE’s 9th Annual Responsible Investment Workshop for Religious Investors in Toronto, Canada
SHARE and CCAB are calling individuals who work in Canada’s investment and finance industry to do a short survey to help us understand where you and your organization are at in your reconciliation journey.
The growing gap between CEO and worker compensation is exacerbated by practices commonly-used by Boards of Directors to set executive compensation, which inflate CEO pay, but have little or no link to long-term value and company sustainability.
SHARE has been engaging with Canadian companies to integrate climate change considerations into their businesses. All six of the major Canadian banks have begun to respond to our engagement demands and take concrete steps to address climate risks.