Amazon has publicly shared data detailing the racial and gender makeup of its U.S. workforce of nearly 1 million—the latest S&P 100 company to do so as a result of shareholder pressure from the city’s massive retirement funds.
The data, provided to the federal government and posted on the technology giant’s website Wednesday, covered the Seattle company’s 918,000 workers. On behalf of the city’s $150 billion in retirement funds he oversees, Comptroller Scott Stringer said in December he had gathered agreements from 34 major companies to make the data on the diversity of their workforce public, including from Amazon.
S&P 100 companies who did not agree to disclose
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