Amazon taps former Attorney General Loretta Lynch to run racial equity audit

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The Seattle Times

Amazon is launching a racial equity audit to examine any uneven effects of its policies, programs and practices on hourly employees. Facing pressure from shareholders to provide more information about pay gaps, working conditions and procedures that may be negatively affecting women, people of color and other minorities, Amazon announced in a recent legal filing it had hired former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch to conduct an audit to “evaluate any disparate racial impacts on our nearly one million U.S. hourly employees resulting from our policies, programs and practices.” The audit is pa…

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