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Surfing earlier, I found this site has a list of corporations and businesses that have activist stances of various types. I can recall people on SF wanting to find a big list of these type of companies.

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There are probably other sites that do this, I just never saw this before.



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My employer is on there and it's completely misrepresenting them. We're extremely conservative but getting lots of 1s and 2s.

The most egregious misrepresentation is that we have corporate matching charitable donations. For example, they've matched my donation to Christian charities that would make the top of an atheist's head pop off. However, if an employee gives to a lefty organization and the company matches then my employer is getting dinged as liberal by that website.



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Seems pretty limited.

Neither my company or parent company listed which is publicly traded


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My employer is on there and it's completely misrepresenting them. We're extremely conservative but getting lots of 1s and 2s.

The most egregious misrepresentation is that we have corporate matching charitable donations. For example, they've matched my donation to Christian charities that would make the top of an atheist's head pop off. However, if an employee gives to a lefty organization and the company matches then my employer is getting dinged as liberal by that website.
That's a good point, I would have never thought of that.
 
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My company is not on there but the former CEO was on some obama board so..............




 
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I would think that corporate donation programs like Fred Meyer Community Rewards and Amazon Smile would end up not being really fairly represented, for similar reasons as Todd mentioned.


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