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.
Will the social element of ESG remain on both the American public’s and professional investors’ minds as we enter 2021
Both workers and shareholders benefit from a company’s focus on paying a living wage.
Companies with overall lower environmental impacts outperform their peers.
Companies increasingly face the prospect of needing to incorporate carbon emissions and emission reductions when doing internal cost-benefit analysis for new projects. The chart from Bloomberg Green goes deeper.
In light of last week’s analysis of the 2021 JUST Universe specific to return on equity, this week we dive into the new list of companies constituting the JUST 100, our annual list of America’s most just companies.
We revisit a past Chart of the Week to show that the companies that support their workers continue to outperform the market.
In this week’s Chart of the Week, we take a look at the JUST Industry leaders across our universe to examine their strong outperformance in this economic recovery.
Companies should use the opportunity that climate week represents to consider extending their engagement on limiting their carbon emissions across their whole value chain.
Companies that support customers by producing non-harmful and quality products, emphasizing privacy, using fair pricing, offering equal treatment, and more, outperform their competitors by 20.7% .
In light of Labor Day this past Monday, we revisit a chart from early June to evaluate how companies’ treatment of their workers continues to affect financial performance throughout 2020.
For Labor Day, we revisit our Chart of the Week from earlier this summer to reevaluate how companies who fully disclose their EEO-1 reports have performed throughout the trailing three months.
This week, we explore the risk profile of more just companies in comparison to less just ones, and show that JUST companies have less volatility.
This week, we dive into the history of our JUST Rankings and evaluate how America’s Most JUST Companies have performed on a cumulative basis since inception, finding that the top four quintiles as the top quintile has outperformed the bottom quintile by 29.9% cumulatively.
As our economy sees increasing uncertainty after the market recovery in Q2, this week’s analysis dives into our 2020 Rankings to evaluate median maximum drawdowns by quintile.
This week we look at severe communities controversies within the companies we cover, and see a significant outperformance for those who don’t have at least one severe controversy.
In this Chart of the Week, we analyze how companies with a high percentage of employees making a national living wage have performed over the trailing one year.
This week, we take a closer look at the financial impacts of environmental disclosure vs. non-disclosure.
This week, we evaluate the rate at which carbon-efficient companies grow their operating income over the trailing five-year period.
In our latest Chart of the Week, we show that a lower carbon footprint can actually be beneficial for a company’s bottom line.
As many corporations begin to address the systemic inequity within their own organizations, this week’s chart shows that ethical leadership could connect to financial outperformance.
Revisiting our analysis that shows how the companies that prioritize their workers have been significantly outperforming their peers throughout the coronavirus crisis.
How does demographic disclosure – one of the key actions companies can take to address systemic racism – impact with corporate performance?
Leading companies support all their stakeholders, even when they’re not yet being rewarded in the market.
Companies that are prioritizing their workers and communities are seeing outperformance relative to their industry peers
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