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P&G Agrees to Share Hiring and Retention Data by Race, Gender

A person jogs past P&G Gillette World Shaving Headquarters in Boston, Mass.

A person jogs past P&G Gillette World Shaving Headquarters in Boston, Mass.

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Procter & Gamble Co. agreed to release data on recruitment and retention rates by race and gender by the end of 2024, a shareholder advocacy group said. 

The maker of Gillette razors and Downy fabric softener agreed to disclose the data after a campaign from the nonprofit As You Sow, which promotes environmental and social issues at large, public companies. P&G, which confirmed the deal, joins companies such as Nike Inc. that have agreed to share data on efforts to hire and promote under-represented groups.