Fortune’s announcement follows an increase in employers self-reporting on D&I progress. PwC and Glassdoor, for example, released workforce D&I reports for the first time this year. And others, like the Washington Post, have promised to do so in the near future.
Generally, such reports conclude that more progress is desired, as Fortune noted. Some have included concrete promises. Target said in September it will aim to increase the representation of Black employees in its workforce by 20% over three years; PepsiCo said it plans to increase Black representation in U.S. managerial roles by 30% and Hispanic representation by 10% by 2025. [for more of this analysis, please visit HR Dive]
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