Equitably [adverb]

Definition of Equitably:


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Sentence/Example of Equitably:

We have to listen, learn and come together to combat social injustice and racism if we are to create a safer and more equitable society for all people.

Implementing a data-driven approach to guarantee fair, equitable and transparent employee pay — The lack of clarity can lead to confusion and negative feelings that affect our productivity and relationships with our employers.

It’s time for a new, more equitable “epinomic” strategy that integrates health, social, and economic imperatives—one that manages the course of the pandemic until vaccines end the fight.

It starts with respecting their right to privacy, being transparent and designing equitable experiences.

In New York City, advocates have long been pushing for a public bank that would make equitable investments, foster growth and prosperity in the local community, and be more transparent about where money is going.

“The IRS has got to put resources back into the local offices if this is going to be equitable,” Speidel said.

As CEO of The San Diego Foundation, I continuously explore how I can help create a more just and equitable region.

He brought forth so many profound ideas to advance policing in a way that makes it more equitable.

By factoring in underlying business models, employing objective third-party standards, and holding companies accountable to those standards, the B Corp model is helping build a more sustainable and equitable capitalism.

Doing so will ensure fair and equitable financing for all, at least, in theory.