The pandemic has made the scale of the child care crisis in the U.S. clear. Corporate leaders have a significant role to play in backing holistic solutions to support workers and their families.
Good jobs – created by investing in workers’ financial health, career development, and overall well-being – must be central to the conversation around wages.
The EEO-1 form has rapidly become the gold standard of disclosure, and the numbers and metrics within it reveal a picture of the state of gender and racial diversity at America’s largest companies
At the start of the pandemic, Microsoft committed to continue paying its contractor workers – and reaped the benefits. Here’s why companies to need make sure they’re not overlooking this section of their workforce.
Will companies empower their workers to help define the future of work in America?
Will companies continue to compensate their workers at the level they have been through this crisis?
The world is gripped by fear. The market is plunging. Governments are locking down cities. What should companies be doing to help their stakeholders?
Check out four key takeaways from our call with the Good Jobs Institute.
CEOs : Perform a financial distress test of your workforce to really understand what percentage of workers aren’t making enough to cover their bills.
A new initiative from JUST Capital dedicated to increasing the prevalence of quality jobs in America
A look at how U.S. companies today can tackle the growing issue of workplace burnout.
Companies have a big role to play in creating economic opportunity for more Americans.
How is corporate America doing on gender pay equity?
We’re highlighting the top ten from our list of 100 U.S. Companies Supporting Communities and Families and some recent initiatives.
Transparency is the lynchpin to addressing the pay gap, and without the rigor and pressure of reporting requirements, there’s little hope for closing the gender pay gap in the United States.
Within the context of a changing world at work, corporate leaders, workers, and the public are shifting their view on the responsibility of business. How are companies serving our most pressing social needs?
Just 78 of the 875 largest publicly-traded U.S. companies have conducted pay equity analyses, but 82% of Americans agree that companies should not discriminate in pay. So with the majority of Americans in support of equal pay, who will take the lead on pushing for pay equity?
With the tax reform bill moving closer to becoming law, companies should invest in increasing wages, jobs, and community health, rather than giving the windfall to their shareholders.
JUST Capital’s Corporate Portal launches.
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