Discover which companies are leading on the issues that matter most to Americans today. In 2024, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) leads the JUST 100 for the first time.
Beginning with last year’s 2023 Rankings, we reached out to the same qualifying companies to more accurately capture the experience for gig workers and to ensure that these companies’ scores are more reflective of their entire workforce.
Each year, we factor into our Rankings a variety of events deemed materially detrimental to a company’s just business behavior. This year, ten companies received a unique event treatment.
As part of its 2024 Rankings, JUST Capital is proud to present its list of Industry leaders, or companies that receive the highest overall rank within each of our 36 industries.
“Rebuilding Trust” is the official theme of this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos. Trust in what?
With over a decade of experience bringing leading brands, nonprofits, foundations, and social enterprises together to improve corporate performance on stakeholder issues, Tolu Lawrence steps into the Chief Impact Officer role at JUST Capital.
In 2024, JUST Capital is set to kick off its first ever nationwide marketing campaign, which will spotlight the significant leadership, progress, and achievements of forward-thinking corporations in addressing some of the country’s most pressing societal challenges.
JUST is partnering with the Schultz Family Foundation and the American Opportunity Index to connect the dots between corporate policies and real-world outcomes for workers.
Complementing Omens’ new position, JUST CEO Martin Whittaker will focus on future growth and acceleration of the JUST platform.
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.
Providing a framework for how corporate leaders can improve both transparency and performance on the worker issues that matter most to Americans.
The JULCD Index – which powers the JUST ETF – has outperformed the Russell 1000 by 8.78% since inception through May 31, 2023.
BCG’s Sushmita Banerjee and former JAB Chairman and AB InBev executive David Kamenetzky have joined our Board of Directors, bringing with them a wealth of experience in corporate strategy.
In a still-tight job market, acting on employee experience is a business imperative. A new Worker Financial Wellness guide shares how companies can prioritize their employees’ feedback to drive workforce investments.
JUST polling shows that 72% of Americans say CEOs have a responsibility to protect the country’s democracy. But what exactly does that mean? Leadership experts Daniella Ballou-Aares and Rhett Buttle shared how executives can promote democratic values without getting caught in the political fray.
JUST Capital is pleased to announce the launch of the Corporate Care Network, an initiative that connects and supports companies and business leaders dedicated to making care visible and advancing access to care benefits, like paid leave, flexible work, and child care support.
A majority of Americans we polled think companies need to offer 12 weeks of paid parental leave to all workers. Just 9% of the largest U.S. companies currently offer parity of 12 weeks or more to both caregivers.
ESG has become politicized, but the truth is it was never about politics. It’s about smarter investing and better business. Government and industry need to work together to get it right rather than use it to advance narrow political agendas.
Watch the full 2023 JUST Leadership Summit featuring insights from JUST 100 leaders, including Verizon, American Electric Power, Mastercard, Hershey, and Nike.
Words matter. Especially, as our recent focus groups show, when it comes to how the public thinks about ESG, “woke-ness,” and corporations’ role in society.
Our new JUST Jobs Scorecard finds that there’s room for companies to grow on job quality disclosure and, for those that are already leading the way, market outperformance against their peers.
One of the arguments those opposed to ESG often make is that it is antithetical to the interests of everyday hard-working Americans.
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