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Workforce Disclosure
Expecting Transparency

We’re part of a coalition of 79 global institutional investors with nearly $8 trillion in AUM that’s putting its muscle behind a demand that companies disclose more information on how they manage their global workforces. We’re the founding signatories of the Workforce Disclosure Initiative (WDI), a project devised and coordinated by ShareAction, funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DfID), and led by SHARE in Canada.

Workforce Disclosure Initiative Pilot Year Report (May 2018)
The Workforce Disclosure Initiative's pilot year analysis reveals that most companies report having robust policies on issues like pay, diversity and recruitment practices. There were, however, far fewer disclosures on actions taken to implement these policies and how companies monitor the outcomes.
Workforce Disclosure Initiative Pilot Summary (December 2017)
In its first year the Workforce Disclosure Initiative (WDI) brought together 79 institutional investors with $8 trillion AUM to request comparable data from listed companies to improve transparency on how these corporations manage workers.
Introduction to the Workforce Disclosure Initiative (February 2017)
The Workforce Disclosure Initiative (WDI) is a new programme bringing institutional investors together to secure comparable workforce reporting from listed companies on an annual basis. The data requested will cover employees in companies’ global operations and workers in their supply chains. The WDI is modelled on the Carbon Disclosure Project.