Customers and workers comprise the “S” of ESG, and it has never been more important than it is today that we see this “S” take center stage.
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said its $4 billion in profit will all go toward its coronavirus response.
It “lays out the limits of thinking of people as solely interchangeable units and not as human beings,” said Rebecca Henderson.
A look at how companies that prioritize their workers and customers perform in the market during the coronavirus crisis.
Unpacking our Corporate Response Tracker with the JUST Capital Team.
Companies are working to distribute PPE and other essential products to those on the front lines of the virus.
Survey respondents want to see companies provide PPE to frontline workers – but few are doing so.
Marc Morial wants banks to help guide stimulus funds to communities that need it most.
There’s a strong correlation between companies prioritizing their workers during the COVID-19 crisis and higher financial returns
Since we’ve been tracking corporate responses to coronavirus, companies have continued to alter their policies over time. Here’s what’s changed.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be tracking the corporate response to the coronavirus, highlighting examples of just business behavior as corporate America grapples with how to support their stakeholders.
Alignment across business, government, and markets will be necessary to build a more just, and equitable future for all – including our planet.
The outspoken host of “Pitchfork Economics” says shortchanging workers is hurting all Americans.
ESG investing proves critical in protecting the downside during the bear market.
How will businesses continue to support their workers and customers after restrictions are lifted?
Job losses will disproportionately displace low-income workers.
How to make the nation more just, less fragile — and more free.
Companies that come out of our current crisis in the best shape will be those that have the strongest relationships with the people who make them flourish
The majority of Americans want companies to provide paid sick leave.
JUST Capital’s index, the JULCD, has been beating the Russell 1000.
Briggs says this is a moment to turn rhetoric around stakeholder capitalism into real policy.
What is the “new normal” we want to create?
9 out of 10 Americans surveyed expect companies to engage in some kind of community support during the COVID-19 crisis.
Will companies continue to compensate their workers at the level they have been through this crisis?
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