While shareholders are focusing on executive compensation, they aren’t promoting fair pay and decent work throughout their companies, according to a new report
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 is collaborating with the US-based Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) and its members to ask 30 North American oil and gas companies to disclose key information about their water-related risks by responding to the CDP Water Questionnaire.
Canadian investors support the recommendations of a report released by the Subcommittee on International Human Rights calling for legislation to ensure businesses disclose steps they are taking to address child labour and forced labour in global supply chains.
Read the investor statement urging the Government of Canada to enact legislation to help identify and eliminate forced labour and child labour in supply chains through effective company due diligence and disclosure.
Kevin Thomas has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the Shareholder Association for Research & Education (SHARE), starting June 1, 2018. Peter Chapman is stepping down after 18 years at the helm of the organization.
A new report released today by the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE) reveals that progress on board gender diversity in Alberta companies is inhibited by outdated regulatory limits.
A new report released today by the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE) reveals that when it comes to the transparency and accountability of Canada’s lobbyist registries, considerable room for improvement remains.
A new report published by the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE), Is Canadian trade association lobbying aligned with Canada’s Paris Agreement commitments? reveals that while many trade associations have voiced support for carbon pricing, that support is often qualified by broad claims of reduced competitiveness, which may or may not be based on empirical evidence.
A coalition of 79 global institutional investors with nearly $8 trillion in AUM is putting its muscle behind a demand that companies disclose more information on how they manage their global workforces.