SEC Rules for Workplace Data Would Be Good for Investors

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By Paul Dickson and Meredith Sumpter

The U.S. has been underinvesting in workers for decades, so it’s good news that the Securities and Exchange Commission is considering new rules requiring companies to disclose diversity, pay levels and staff turnover. Investors are increasingly demanding such information as they take a broader view of what determines corporate success.

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