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We’re honored to be awarded as a 2023 Best Employer for Excellence in Health & Well-being by the Business Group on Health. Companies included on the list are recognized for leading the charge on advancing employee well-being across benefits, employee experience and engagement and other key areas.
At Morgan Stanley, we believe in supporting our employees at every point along their work-life journey, offering some of the most attractive and comprehensive benefits and perks in our industry. Our commitment to supporting physical, emotional and financial wellbeing inspires how we develop and deliver various high-value programs, many at no cost, to our employees and their families. Check out the full list of companies that received this award.
Greater workplace equality continues to boost companies' performance, according to Morgan Stanley’s proprietary HERS ranking.
Over a decade ago, Morgan Stanley Research analysts set out to understand if companies that increase their focus on gender diversity make an impact on their bottom line. Analysts did this by scoring companies based on gender diversity at all levels — board members, executives, managers and employees — and then comparing those scores against share-price performance.
The most recent analysis proves again that gender diversity can drive results. Based on an examination of 1,875 firms on the MSCI World Index, those with greater gender diversity— and therefore a higher Holistic Equal Representation Score (HERS)— outperformed less gender-diverse firms (those with lower HERS rankings) by 1.6% in 2022.
"We believe that it’s worth keeping an eye on companies that make sustainable progress on gender diversity in the workplace," shared Stephen C. Byrd, Head of Morgan Stanley's Global Sustainability Research team.
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