State Street’s Cyrus Taraporevala and Benjamin Colton say ESG should be about “value, not values.”
SEC Chair Gary Gensler has made it clear that the commission is prioritizing ESG with an immediate focus on the “E”. As he wrote in a Twitter thread earlier this week, “Why is the SEC looking at climate risk disclosure? Simple: Because investors need it.”
Our analysis of human capital disclosure shows that ahead of likely disclosure standards from the SEC, America’s largest companies have their work cut out for them.
Americans want to see large companies publicly disclose human capital and environmental impact metrics and endorse federal action to require standardized disclosure.
Financial security, safety, fair treatment, opportunity, and purpose are key to retaining and engaging workers in the Great Resignation.
Our analysis finds a slim majority of Russell 1000 companies share race and ethnicity workforce data as investors and the SEC intensify their focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion transparency.
2021 was a monumental year for JUST, with both our organization, and our broader mission hitting prime time.
In a tight labor market, investors, companies, and policy makers are turning their attention to the “S” in ESG.
JULCD companies deliver value for their shareholders as well as the other key stakeholders they impact.
Facebook parent company Meta lost $250 billion in market cap value on Thursday. Its recent decline in some ESG ratings, like our Rankings, may provide some additional context.
Larry Fink’s annual letter and this year’s Edelman Trust Barometer echo everything we know at JUST Capital to be true about stakeholder capitalism.
“It is capitalism, driven by mutually beneficial relationships between you and the employees, customers, suppliers, and communities your company relies on to prosper.”
Executives from JUST 100 companies like Delta, IBM, and UPS, join CNBC to talk about leading the 2022 Rankings of America’s Most JUST Companies.
How does inflation impact corporate justness? With inflationary pressures set to continue well into next year, it’s a key question.
Read our public comment on the Department of Labor’s proposal to make ESG more accessible in retirement plans.
Climate action is a growing priority for corporate leadership, but the lack of consistency in language used to describe commitments is a growing problem.
The Department of Labor’s new proposal, alongside a focus on mandated disclosure at the SEC, places added pressure on companies to get their ESG strategies right.
A new proposal from the Department of Labor marks an important step in ensuring fair and full access to ESG investment options in retirement plans.
In a new survey of 500 business leaders and 1,000 other members of the U.S. public, PwC found that in their roles as consumers and employees, respondents trust business more now than before the pandemic.
As ESG fund inflows soar, we spoke to experts from Morningstar and Seeds on what everyday investors should be taking into account in decision-making.
University of Virginia professor Ed Freeman told JUST that critics of stakeholder capitalism misinterpret it in three primary ways, rather than seeing it as the ideal way to run a growing, profitable business.
How do you know an ESG fund is really making an impact? How can you be sure a company is doing what it says it’s doing, and truly delivering stakeholder value?
The June 2021 edition of the ESG Acceleration report from MUFG Research highlights the wide range of ESG shareholder resolutions being proposed this proxy season.
We’re leveraging the private sector to drive large-scale change on America’s most pressing challenges. This ‘force multiplier effect’ can generate huge philanthropic returns – here’s how.
JUST Capital filed a public comment endorsing a set of federally mandated ESG standards on climate, human capital, and DEI metrics.
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