Adverse Working Conditions

Employee Harm

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The damage caused by discrimination & hostile workplaces 

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We estimate that companies will cause at least $7.7 trillion of harm to their current and prospective employees in 2021. This reflects the major economic impact of discrimination, as well as the costs of workplace-related stress and illness. Lastly, it reflects the job losses caused by poor governance. 

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Real-time monitoring of employee and third-party ratings of equality along with corporate disclosures on equal representation & compensation at management, executive and board level

Real-time monitoring of employee satisfaction indicators, employee and third-party ratings of workplace conditions, along with monitoring employee turnover at all levels

Employees income drops by over 10% for the 7 years following a bankruptcy. We monitor measures of corporate governance that indicate increased bankruptcy risk

Our AI platform analyzes this data and translates into a dollar cost based on top-down estimates of the impact of discrimination

Our AI platform analyzes this data and translates into a dollar cost based on top-down estimates of the impact of workplace stress

We utilize relationships between corporate governance and long-term bankruptcy risk to calculate expected loss to employees

Discrimination

Hostile Workplace

Job Risk