FDX FedEx

Employees

Data from SEC filings
Employee count
CEO pay ratio
CEO Salary
Median Employee Salary

ESG framework mentions

In last year of SEC filings
ESG framework Mentions in filings
Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)
DEF 14A
Definitive proxy
10 Aug 20
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
DEF 14A
Definitive proxy
10 Aug 20
Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

ESG term mentions

In last year of SEC filings
AirAir qualityBase YearCarbonCarbon CreditCleanClimateClimate ChangeCO2ConservationEcosystemEffluentEmissionEnergy EfficiencyEnvironmentEnvironmentalEnvironmental ProtectionForestFuel EfficiencyGHGGHG EmissionsGlobal WarmingGreenGreenhouse GasGreenhouse Gas EmissionIntensityLEEDLifecycleMaterialsNatural GasNatureNuclearOceanOffsetOilPackagePackagingPandemicPetroleumPollutionRecycleRecycledRecyclingRenewableResiliencySolarSpillToxicWasteAccessBenefitsBlackCharitableCitizenshipCollective BargainingCommunityCommunity EngagementCultureCustomerCustomer SatisfactionCyberCybersecurityData PrivacyData SecurityDeathDemographicDisabilityDiversityDiversity and InclusionEmployeeEmployee EngagementEmployee RetentionEndangerEngagementEthnicityGenderGeneral Data Protection RegulationHealth and SafetyHealth CareHealthcareHireHiringHuman CapitalHuman ResourcesIncidentInjuriesLabor practiceMinorityOvertimePaid LeavePay for PerformancePerquisitesPrivacyRecruitRecruitmentReimbursementRetentionRetirementSafetySatisfactionSkillSkillsSocialSocietyStakeholderSupplierSupplier DiversitySupply ChainSupply Chain ManagementTalentTrainingUnionUnionizedVolunteerWomenWorkersWorkforceWorking ConditionWorkplace SafetyAction PlanAssessmentAssuranceAuditBoard OversightBoard RefreshmentBonusBriberyClassifiedClawbackCommitmentCommittee EvaluationControversyCorporate GovernanceCorporate PurposeCorporate Social ResponsibilityDepartment ofEnterprise Risk ManagementERMESGEthicsExecutive CompensationExpertFraudGlobal CitizenshipGoalsGovernanceHedgingIncentiveIndependenceIndependentInnovateInnovationInnovativeInvestigationLawsuitLead Independent DirectorLeadershipLitigationLong-termMajorityMaterialityMateriality AssessmentMissionOther Public Company BoardsOverseeOversightPerquisitePlaintiffPledgingPoison PillPolitical SpendingProcurementProxy AccessProxy ContestPurposeReputationReputationalReputational RiskResponsibilityResponsibleRight to Call a Special MeetingSelf-evaluationShareholder EngagementSpecial MeetingStewardshipStockholder EngagementStrategySupermajoritySustainabilitySustainableTargetsTaxTenureTransparencyTransparent

Shareholder alignment

Vote support at last AGM

(a) FedEx’s annual meeting of stockholders was held on September 23, 2019.

(b) The stockholders took the following actions at the annual meeting:

Proposal 1: The stockholders elected twelve directors, each of whom will hold office until the annual meeting of stockholders to be held in 2020 and until his or her successor is duly elected and qualified. Each director received more votes cast “for” than votes cast “against” his or her election. The tabulation of votes with respect to each nominee for director was as follows:

Nominee

Votes

For

Votes

Against

Abstentions

Broker

Non-Votes

Frederick W. Smith

188,660,231

5,707,743

556,100

30,426,270

John A. Edwardson

188,171,506

6,562,155

190,412

30,426,270

Marvin R. Ellison

189,559,979

5,167,640

196,455

30,426,270

Susan Patricia Griffith

192,971,867

1,752,001

200,205

30,426,270

John C. (“Chris”) Inglis

189,984,230

4,745,840

194,004

30,426,270

Kimberly A. Jabal

192,219,635

2,517,509

186,930

30,426,270

Shirley Ann Jackson

179,770,514

14,973,418

180,142

30,426,270

R. Brad Martin

192,303,909

2,419,330

200,834

30,426,270

Joshua Cooper Ramo

192,182,069

2,547,524

194,481

30,426,270

Susan C. Schwab

189,295,699

5,442,788

185,587

30,426,270

David P. Steiner

190,909,207

3,697,073

317,793

30,426,270

Paul S. Walsh

176,231,359

18,306,940

385,775

30,426,270

Proposal 2: The compensation of FedEx’s named executive officers was approved, on an advisory basis, by stockholders. The tabulation of votes on this matter was as follows:

145,755,087 votes for (74.8% of the voted shares)

48,605,773 votes against (24.9% of the voted shares)

563,214 abstentions (0.3% of the voted shares)

30,426,270 broker non-votes

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Proposal 3: The Plan was approved by stockholders. The tabulation of votes on this matter was as follows:

181,001,729 votes for (92.9% of the voted shares)

13,469,582 votes against (6.9% of the voted shares)

452,763 abstentions (0.2% of the voted shares)

30,426,270 broker non-votes

Proposal 4: The Audit Committee’s designation of Ernst & Young LLP as FedEx’s independent registered public accounting firm for the fiscal year ending May 31, 2020 was ratified by stockholders. The tabulation of votes on this matter was as follows:

221,752,796 votes for (98.4% of the voted shares)

3,250,962 votes against (1.4% of the voted shares)

346,586 abstentions (0.2% of the voted shares)

There were no broker non-votes for this item.

Proposal 5: A stockholder proposal requesting that FedEx provide a report, updated annually, disclosing information about the corporation’s lobbying activities and expenditures was not approved by stockholders. The tabulation of votes on this matter was as follows:

50,516,164 votes for (25.9% of the voted shares)

143,504,166 votes against (73.6% of the voted shares)

903,743 abstentions (0.5% of the voted shares)

30,426,270 broker non-votes

Proposal 6: A stockholder proposal requesting that the Board of Directors provide a report describing opportunities for FedEx to encourage non-management employee representation on the Board was not approved by stockholders. The tabulation of votes on this matter was as follows:

7,594,513 votes for (3.9% of the voted shares)

185,681,853 votes against (95.3% of the voted shares)

1,647,708 abstentions (0.9% of the voted shares)

30,426,270 broker non-votes

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SECTION 8. OTHER EVENTS.