The Tortoise Disability100 Report
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An in-depth look at the reporting by FTSE 100 companies on issues of disability inclusion and representation.
Disability is often treated as a third-rate matter, falling behind gender and ethnicity in terms of the corporate agenda, marketing attention and regulatory focus – yet disability impacts more than a billion people around the world and millions of people in employment.
The Tortoise Disability100 Report, in partnership with The Valuable 500 examines what FTSE 100 companies are reporting in terms of disability inclusion across a range of indicators including representation, action and intention.
Our research shows that, according to 2020 annual reports, there are no executives or senior managers who have disclosed a disability, at any of the FTSE 100 companies; though some ‘Prefer not to say’ or otherwise do not disclose.
To find out more about The Valuable 500, a group of multinational companies that have made public commitments to disability inclusion through business leadership and opportunity, visit thevaluable500.com.
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Read our Sensemaker Special on the report’s findings
Sensemaker: FTSE silent on disability
18 may 2021
luke gbedemah and ellen halliday
People with disabilities make up 20 per cent of the working age population, but not a single senior manager or board-level executive at a FTSE 100 company disclosed a disability in 2020, Tortoise research shows…
The Responsibility100 Index
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The Responsibility100 Index, developed by Tortoise, in partnership with Teneo is a ranking of the FTSE 100 companies on their commitments to key social, environmental and ethical objectives, inspired by the UN Sustainable Development Goals