Our data, rankings, and insights help people make more informed decisions about where to invest, work, and buy to direct capital towards companies advancing a more just future.
Work for a JUST Company
Our surveys have found that most Americans would take a pay cut to work for a more JUST company. Whether you care deeply about human rights, environmental protection, community development, or worker treatment and compensation, use our rankings when deciding where to work or ask these questions in your your next interview to find out if the company is JUST enough for you. And if you need an extra incentive: Companies in the JUST 100 pay their U.S. workers 26% more than other top companies do. To help, you can also consult our article, Beyond the Paycheck: 5 Things to Consider Before You Accept a New Job.
Buy from a JUST Company
Similarly, our surveys have shown that most Americans said they would pay more to buy a product from a company that is more just, so whether you are deciding where to buy your next pair of running shoes or procure major equipment for your organization, use the rankings to identify the companies that align with your values.
In addition, there are several additional articles we’ve written to help you determine a company you buy from is truly just, including: Are Your Favorite Products Hurting the Environment? and 6 Easy Ways to Support More JUST Companies, Starting Today.
Invest in a Just Company
One of the key takeaways from our work is that being just is good for business and good for shareholders alike. America’s Most JUST Companies, and the JUST 100, present a new kind of investable benchmark for corporate performance based on the public’s, not Wall Street’s, priorities: fair pay, community health, job creation, labor standards, the environment, gender equity, and more. And if you need an extra incentive: Companies in the JUST 100 have outperformed their peers and have on average 5 percent higher Return-on-Equity.
For additional ways to support JUST Companies, check out this article.