‘Woke corporations’ more focused on toxic masculinity and climate change than ‘economic reform’

Sky News host Peta Credlin says it's hard to miss the emergence of "woke corporations" that have "strong public positions" on toxic masculinity, gender norms, or climate change, but "not on economic reform".

"That CEOs blindly follow these trends like a mob of sheep says more about their own need to earn their bonus than deliver market value to their shareholders," she said.

"And it all has its origins in the United States, where corporate political correctness is ubiquitous; but where, for the first time, there's now a reaction against companies trying to bully people over what they think."

Sky News host Peta Credlin says it’s hard to miss the emergence of “woke corporations” that have “strong public positions” on toxic masculinity, gender norms, or climate change, but “not on economic reform”.

“That CEOs blindly follow these trends like a mob of sheep says more about their own need to earn their bonus than deliver market value to their shareholders,” she said.

“And it all has its origins in the United States, where corporate political correctness is ubiquitous; but where, for the first time, there’s now a reaction against companies trying to bully people over what they think.”

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