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Societal expectations of business have increased in recent years, as investors, regulators and consumers alike demand greater scrutiny and transparency around human rights issues in the workplace. The evidence is clear: good management of people is vital for a company’s reputation, resilience and long-term success.

As shareholders, investors are uniquely equipped to make a difference – and they are increasingly demanding change. At the heart of this change will be data. The Workforce Disclosure Initiative (WDI) mobilises investors to ensure companies disclose comparable and comprehensive data about their workforce practices. Investors use the data to engage with companies on key issues impacting their business and workers. By driving the mainstreaming of workforce reporting, they help raise standards and an increase in the quality of jobs globally.

Why become an investor signatory?


Access to WDI’s exclusive investor dashboard, including privately reported data and company scorecards covering a range of workplace issues and all major industry sectors, for use in stewardship activities;


Access company-level and aggregate data, to improve quality and efficiency of company engagement around workforce issues;


Opportunity to feed into company selection and questionnaire development to ensure company disclosure aligns with your priorities;


Access to public and non-public reports and analyses produced by the WDI team;


Year-round opportunities to participate in roundtables, workshops and webinars that bring investors and investee companies together to discuss workforce issues;


Opportunities to share strategic approaches to workforce issues with networks of peers and companies;


Opportunity to be a leader on workforce issues and to contribute to the improvement of the conditions of workers globally.

The WDI is already providing real insights into incentivising best practices.
James Gomme
James Gomme
World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Current investor signatories

  • Amundi
  • AustralianSuper
  • BancoPosta Fondi
  • Barrow Cadbury Trust
  • Border to Coast Pensions Partnership
  • Brunel Pensions Partnership
  • Candriam
  • Castlefield Investment Partners
  • CCLA
  • Church of England Pensions Board
  • Columbia Threadneedle Investments
  • Crédit Mutuel
  • Dana Investment Advisors
  • Domini Impact Investments
  • EdenTree Investment Management
  • ESG-AM
  • Ethos Foundation/
    Ethos Engagement Pool International
  • Federated Hermes Limited
  • Friends Provident Foundation
  • Greenbank
  • Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation
  • IG4 Capital
  • Independent Franchise Partners
  • Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
  • Lankelly Chase Foundation
  • Liontrust Asset Management
  • LPPI
  • MFS Investment Management
  • Nest
  • Northern LGPS
  • NorthStar Asset Management
  • Palatine Asset Management
  • PensionBee
  • PKA Denmark
  • Polunin Capital Partners
  • Quantum Asset Management
  • RPMI Railpen
  • SAUL
  • Schroders
  • Scottish Widows
  • Strathclyde Pension Fund
  • Sycomore Asset Management
  • Unison Staff Pension Fund
  • USS
  • Vision Super

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