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Amid activist and investor calls for more data, JUST Capital’s analysis shows how companies and industries are actually addressing the climate crisis.
Joshua Ichor is addressing an area of climate tech that’s often overlooked – water supply infrastructure and ensuring its longevity.
After learning how energy costs contributed to a tragedy in rural India, Pranav Myana vowed to help communities across the world access energy through more reliable and sustainable means.
We took a look at trends in Russell 1000 companies announcing wage raises, increases in paid parental leave, and other just business behaviors through Q2 of 2023.
While millions of American workers do not currently have access to paid sick leave, multiple studies show that it provides tangible benefits to companies – reducing absenteeism, the number of employees working while sick, and reducing turnover.
Providing a framework for how corporate leaders can improve both transparency and performance on the worker issues that matter most to Americans.
These companies lead in our 2023 Rankings on the core worker issues that matter most to the American public.
Banks are the leading industry when it comes to fair chance disclosure, with five companies disclosing a policy for hiring formerly incarcerated individuals.
One of the most just CEOs of the last several years, PayPal’s Dan Schulman, will step down toward the end of September. His legacy for workers will endure.
The ESG shakeout currently working its way through corporate America is taking some interesting twists and turns.
Make no mistake: Regardless of industry, workers are asking more of their employers in a way that hasn’t been seen in a long time.
“Folks realize there’s no going back to the old way. This generation of employees expects companies to pay equitably,” the Syndio CEO said.
JUST Capital’s latest research identified four companies prioritizing women in their workforces, on their boards, and women-owned businesses in their supply chains.
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