By helping to create the The Worker Financial Wellness Initiative, PayPal’s leadership is changing the lives of thousands of American workers.
As a founding member of The Worker Financial Wellness Initiative, Chipotle is investing in workers like Eddy Ceballo with training and career advancement opportunities.
As a member of The Worker Financial Wellness Initiative, Prudential Financial is investing in its workers, like Shanelle Forde, and seeing their engagement boost in return.
Two weeks ago, I noted how Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, said the advent of ChatGPT represents a “printing press moment” for society today, and how JUST Capital co-founder and chairman Paul Tudor Jones saw “huge winners and huge losers” being created.
Knowing and investing in your company’s culture is a must for any business leader today.
A “printing press moment” is how Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, framed the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) in his Senate testimony on Tuesday.
Sunday is Mother’s Day and so we wanted to highlight how the business community can better support mothers in the labor force.
In recognition of Mother’s Day, here are the top three companies that go above and beyond on paid parental leave, dependent care, and more.
“Investing in your people, to me, is a really critical component to being a successful company,” HPE’s vice president of benefits, culture, and people experience told JUST Capital.
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.
The business case for reducing inequality is a compelling one, and the WBCSD’s report shows how to do it.
Companies like Accenture and Morgan Stanley Capital International are encouraging or requiring their massive supply chains to pay better wages.
Americans across party lines want greater transparency from companies on political spend. But only 31% of the Russell 1000 currently disclose lobbying and political contributions.
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.
The JUST Overall Weighted Score has outperformed the Russell 1000 by 50.67% from Jan 2018 to March 2023, though all five stakeholders we track delivered negative performance in Q1 2023, primarily driven by the Financials sector.
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.
By expanding paid parental leave benefits, companies have an opportunity to generate outsized impact for workers and their bottom line.
Our own Tolu Lawrence, JUST Capital’s Managing Director of Programs and Partnerships and Head of Corporate Impact, is launching our new Corporate Care Network to help company leaders dedicated to advancing access to and awareness of care benefits.
From utilities to tech, these companies are leading their industries on reducing their environmental impact.
Amid changes in legislation and regulation, these 10 companies are leading on managing environmental impact.
Necessity breeds invention. Invention results in impact, opportunity, and growth. We’re seeing that play out right now in the climate world.
Using a tool developed by a JUST-convened working group, investors can now access information on how municipalities are addressing racial equity through the Bloomberg terminal.
JUST Capital polled Americans to learn their views on recent waves of layoffs – including how they impact workers, long-term profits, and the economy overall.
Bank of America, NVIDIA, Intel, and Intuit are setting a leading example for how corporate America can support working women through the continued impacts of the pandemic.
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