WikiRate organizes data about companies using Metrics. A WikiRate metric is a formal question about a company that can have one answer for any given year.
How much gross profit did the company make (in USD)?
How much energy did the company consume? (in GigaJoules)
What was the company's total revenue (or sales) for the year (in USD)?
How much water did the company use? (in cubic metres)
What were the company's direct (scope 1) greenhouse gas emissions (in metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent)?
What were the company's indirect (scope 2) greenhouse gas emissions (in metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent)?
How many female employees does the company have?
How many employees does the company have?
How much corporation tax, or tax on profits, did the company pay?
What are the company's industry or industries?
What is the company's industry "class" (or classes) according to the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC)?
What is the total number of male employees?
What is the percentage of total employees covered by collective bargaining agreements?
What volume of the water used by the company was recycled or reused (in cubic metres)?
What percentage of water used by the company was recycled or reused?
What is the company's total energy consumption (in gigajoules)?
What percentage of people on the company's board of directors are women?
What is the total number of female employees?