JUST Capital and PayPal have teamed up with the Financial Health Network and the Good Jobs Institute to make businesses stronger and more resilient.
2020 was a year that exposed a simple truth – that society’s shift to stakeholder capitalism is now an urgent necessity.
How companies and investors can lead in building a more just and inclusive economy that works for all Americans.
Many companies have already stepped up to support their workers, customers, and local communities – here’s what they’re doing.
A celebration of the 2021 JUST 100, and a series of discussions around how corporate America can and must lead during this time.
These are the corporations at the forefront of stakeholder-driven leadership.
Last year, the BRT released a commitment to all stakeholders over shareholder primacy. We take a look at how the companies performed against our annual Rankings metrics.
It has never been more urgent or more important for corporate America to listen and respond to what the American public prioritizes.
What we measure for stakeholder capitalism is as important as how we measure it.
In response to an empowered Black Lives Matter movement, JUST is transparently auditing its pay equity, diversifying its board, and continuing to cover racial equity as part of its work, among several other actions.
Many companies have stepped up to the plate to support their stakeholders in the immediate aftermath of the crisis, and many more are likely to need to do so as our nation gradually reopens.
74% of Americans agree that companies should provide at least 14 days of paid sick leave to all workers.
89% of Americans believe this crisis is providing an opportunity for corporations to hit reset. So where should you focus? We discuss the latest data.
While many companies have shown leadership on health and safety in the immediate aftermath of the COVID-19 outbreak, some of the most critical tests are yet to come.
Jay Clayton, the nation’s top securities regulator, has been thrust into a political firestorm. Where does that leave the S.E.C.?
Congress allowed companies to claim billions in tax refunds.
The decision to reveal who received a Paycheck Protection Program loan comes after weeks of backlash over a lack of transparency.
Now is the time for boards, investors, and other corporate leaders to revisit executive pay structures.
The second edition of our video series with Laurel Strategies and CNBC – Building a Just Future: The Road to a More Inclusive Economy.
We look at perception across the three phases of the coronavirus crisis – the Response, the Reopening, and the Reset, to chart what a more just economy looks like at every step of the way.
In the wake of the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, major corporations are rushing to embrace the Black Lives Matter movement. But several of the same corporations have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to members of Congress that are rated “F” by the NAACP.
For a group of elite black executives, police killings and protests have unleashed an outpouring of emotion and calls for action.
We’ll discuss Intel’s ambitious environmental goals – such as reaching 100% renewable energy by 2030 – and how the company has kept its employees and communities safe through COVID-19.
We believe corporations have the power to influence profound social change around racial justice and equity. This week business leaders have reached out with questions on how to do just that. In that spirit, we’ve synthesized our latest our Diversity & Inclusion work.
We unpack the insights behind the Forbes Corporate Responders list.
Have questions about our research and rankings? We want to hear from you!