We partnered with AARP to explore the need for a broader dependent care infrastructure for U.S. workers to build community, increase employee engagement, and better engage stakeholders more broadly.
In a collaboration with AARP, we take a look at how workers’ paid sick leave policies have changed in response to COVID-19, and what actions business leaders can take to help moving forward.
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.
With the societal and legal move towards decarbonization, utilities that emit a comparatively high amount of carbon are challenged by stranded assets and/or potentially high costs to upgrade equipment.
Our annual survey found that liberal and conservative Americans align on policies that prioritize workers and unify Americans from different ideological backgrounds.
If we’re looking at what Americans want, and what our biggest corporations can provide them, the bar has to be set higher.
Companies that don’t pay their workers well need to take up more debt (i.e. more risk) to have the same returns on equity as those that pay their workers well.
Advocates have asked companies to release their diversity data – but there is currently very little guidance on what to disclose, resulting in inconsistent reporting across corporate America.
We need a living wage for all Americans. And there is a return on that investment.
investors are becoming sophisticated enough to tell the difference between greenwashing and value creation…and this Exxon case proves it.
There is a movement to release EEO-1 diversity data as an important early step to building an inclusive corporate culture.
We wrote in the opener of our 2020 Year In Review, released yesterday, that “Stakeholder capitalism has gone beyond being merely an idea.” Boy did this week prove that out.
Using JUST’s data and Converseon’s social media analysis, we take a look at how the public perceived the actions of 11 major corporations during the early days of the pandemic.
2020 was a year that exposed a simple truth – that society’s shift to stakeholder capitalism is now an urgent necessity.
A snapshot of the public’s views during this unprecedented year, as well as a blueprint for corporate action in the year to come.
The change in administration opens up a new frontier for stakeholder capitalism. The first 100 days will be critical.
We take a look at improvements to corporate disclosure from late 2019 to early 2021.
Business and politics collided this past week – here is what the American people thought of it.
Despite some expected partisan splits, Republicans and Democrats alike look to CEOs for leadership and want corporate political spending reined in.
The majority of Americans believe that business and government should join forces to address racial inequality, business/jobs recovery, climate crisis, economic inequality, and the public health crises.
After a group of Trump supporters breached the U.S. Capitol to stop the certification of Biden’s victory, leaders of the country’s largest companies and trade groups responded.
We take a look at our 2021 ranked companies that had controversies across all of our various stakeholders to show that, unsurprisingly, companies with fewer controversies slightly outperform those with more.
Here are five of our most viewed ESG-focused features from 2020.
As we kick off the new year, we revisit our most popular features from 2020.
Explore what steps companies in the Russell 1000 have taken to support this contract workers, and which companies are leading the way.
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