To: Mary Jo White, chairperson of the Securities and Exchange Commission

Tell the SEC to Require Companies to Disclose CEO-to-Worker Pay Ratios

It’s time for the SEC to finally implement the proposal requiring companies to disclose their CEO-to-median worker pay ratio. It’s been five years since this proposal was passed under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, but no action has been taken to enforce it. I’m calling on you to finally implement this proposal.

Why is this important?

Five years ago, Congress passed a law that included a rule requiring all publicly traded companies to disclose their CEO-to-worker pay ratio. But Wall Street and big corporations have lobbied hard to stop the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) from enforcing this rule. It’s time to change that.

Enter your name here to sign the petition telling the SEC it’s time to enforce the rule requiring companies to disclose their CEO-to-worker pay ratios.