DEI News & Insights

Coke vs. Pepsi: The Diversity Challenge

More than forty years after Pepsi first challenged Coke in its public advertising, Coke vs. Pepsi remains one of the greatest American debates. Whatever side you’re on, and however good you are at telling the difference, one thing is true – Coca-Cola and

Which S&P 500 Companies Disclose Gender Pay Equity Data?

In the 50-plus years since the enactment of the Equal Pay Act of 1963, the U.S. has yet to achieve gender pay equity. That’s confirmed by a 2020 U.S. Census study which has full time working women earning 82% of their male peers,

How Diverse is Netflix’s Workforce?

Netflix has long been known for its unique culture – one that fosters open and transparent lines of communication and encourages employees to speak their minds, as well as the plethora of women and minorities who star in, and produce the company’s

An Interview with Cassandra Rose, Head of People at Fringe

We recently had the opportunity to talk to Cassandra Rose, the Head of People at Fringe. Having held roles at multibillion-dollar global brands and unicorn startups, Cassandra has developed a wealth of proven strategies which positively impact the physical, mental, and financial wellbeing

How Diverse is Starbucks’ Workforce?

If you’re an avid coffee drinker, chances are you flock to the Starbucks siren regularly (contrary to popular belief, the company’s wildly famous logo isn’t a mermaid, but a siren – a mythical creature whose sweet song can lure sailors

How Diverse is Walmart’s Workforce?

With approximately 1.7 million US workers, Walmart is by far the country’s largest private employer. In fact, the company’s workforce dwarfs those of Yum Brands, McDonald’s, and IBM – numbers two, three and four on the list – combined. The