Does signing the Sullivan Principles matter?: a comparison of the labor practices and public affairs activities of signers and non-signers
Investor Responsibility Research Center, 1985 - Law - 10 pages
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28 Sullivan signers 36 companies ACTIVITIES OF SIGNERS adopt restrictive sales areas average non-signer average Sullivan signer black advancement black community black education black employees black townships black unions Blacks filled blacks in sales blacks ranged Bophuthatswana clinic Colgate-Palmolive Commerce Department computer companies contributed to Pace contributions to projects efforts eight non-signers Exxon filled by blacks four non-signers health care facilities Hewlett-Packard higher minimum wages Ingersoll-Rand IRRC interviewed IRRC visited IRRC's job categories LABOR PRACTICES non-signers alike non-signers that provided operations in South Pace Commercial High passbook Perkin-Elmer police and military positions filled Pretoria's professional positions PUBLIC AFFAIRS ACTIVITIES rating scheme restrictive sales policies sales positions shareholder resolutions shortage signatories on average signed the Sullivan signers and non-signers signers that IRRC South African government South African police subsistence level Sullivan principles appears Sullivan signatories U.S. companies U.S. export regulations U.S. firms U.S. government U.S. subsidiaries Union Carbide United Technologies