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Chipotle will tie 10% of its executives’ annual incentives to reaching the company’s environmental and diversity goals starting this year, according to CNBC.
The environmental targets include reaching 37 million pounds of organic, locally or regenerative grown or raised food in 2021. This is up from 31 million pounds reached last year. In terms of diversity, the company wants to maintain both racial and gender pay equity and aims to promote more women and people of color above the restaurant level, according to CNBC.
Chipotle is among the latest public restaurant companies to hold its executives accountable for environmental, social and corporate governance goals. McDonald’s and Starbucks also recently tied executive compensation to reaching corporate diversity goals.