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The St. Louis–based investment firm first shared its five-point commitment to improving racial equity in the workplace in the summer of 2020. It followed up in July 2021 with an update that identifies more specifically how it plans to achieve those plans—including setting representation goals to meet by 2025 and supporting programs to not only recruit women and people of color but also successfully retain them. Edwards Jones has continued to establish new DEI initiatives, like its inaugural Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference, as well as support those already in place, such as its diversity roundtable series Courageous Conversations, which was founded in 2017. It made a $1 million investment in the National Urban League “Fights for You” campaign in 2020 and a $1.2 million commitment in 2021, in an effort to continue fostering this 40-year partnership at the national and local levels. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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