This dataset provides comprehensive insights into the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practices and policies of big companies. It includes detailed responses to a range of metrics designed to evaluate corporate commitments and actions towards creating an inclusive workplace. The key metrics covered are:

  1. Code of Conduct Includes Harassment, Discrimination, or Workplace Violence: Evaluates whether the company's Code of Conduct addresses issues related to harassment, discrimination, or workplace violence.

  2. Disability-Inclusive Communications in Reporting: Assesses whether the company reports its efforts to promote the inclusion of persons with disabilities in mainstream reporting processes such as CSR, sustainability, and human rights.

  3. Discrimination and Harassment Training: Examines if the company provides specific training aimed at addressing discrimination and harassment.

  4. Harassment and Violence Prevention Policy: Determines if the company has a formal policy for preventing harassment and violence in the workplace.

  5. Non-Discrimination Policy: Looks into whether the company has a policy addressing discrimination within its own operations or supply chain.

  6. Total Number of Employees (GRI 102-8-a): Reports the total number of employees in the company.

  7. Total Number of Female Employees (GRI 102-8-a): Provides the total number of female employees in the company.

  8. Total Number of Male Employees (GRI 102-8-a): Details the total number of male employees in the company.

  9. Incidents of Discrimination (GRI 406-1): Records the total number of discrimination incidents reported by the organization during the reporting period.

  10. Gender Equality Targets: Identifies whether the company has set specific targets for gender equality and women’s empowerment within its operations, such as achieving a certain percentage of women in leadership positions by a specified year.

  11. Equal Opportunities Promotion: Evaluates if the company has policies or programs that promote equal opportunities for all employees, extending explicitly to the entire value chain, regardless of gender and other diversities.

This dataset is essential for understanding how companies are advancing DEI initiatives and measuring their progress towards fostering inclusive and equitable workplaces.