ExxonMobil says NO...for the 17th Time
Activists are outraged after ExxonMobil once again refused to explicitly include sexual preference in its anti-discrimination policy, marking the 17th time the company has done so.
ExxonMobil argues that their "zero-tolerance" standards for discrimination already exceed federal regulations and apply equally to every worker, regardless of sexual preference.
ExxonMobil reports that only 19.5 percent of shareholders voted in favor of the proposal to add sexual preference to the company's non-discrimination policy at their annual meeting Wednesday.
That's less than last year, and continues a three-year downward trend in the number of shareholders expressing support for the move.
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