The SEC wants to know if your corporate employer is investing in you

This article originally appeared on Fortune.com.

The “Great Resignation”–or as former Department of Labor Secretary Robert Reich puts it, “a general strike”–showed that while many companies say human capital is a valuable asset, they aren’t always walking the walk. And workers are expressing their displeasure.

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Innovating + Investing at the intersections of the Future of Work, Race and Equity. Twitter: @angjack

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