Burberry store front. Shutterstock.
This year marks the first time the British luxury label has made it onto the index, which annually analyses the transparency of public companies’ gender data reporting. To be considered for the Gender-Equality Index, companies are evaluated on their recruitment processes, the inclusivity of their internal cultures, and any policies they have implemented to combat gendered pay inequality and sexual harassment. L’Oréal, Lululemon, Nike and Ulta are also included on the list.