JUST Capital and PayPal have teamed up with the Financial Health Network and the Good Jobs Institute to make businesses stronger and more resilient.
Walmart has seen both sides of the stakeholder vs shareholder debate over the last seven days, losing $25 billion off its market cap after a mixed earnings call.
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.
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.
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.
Explore what steps companies in the Russell 1000 have taken to support this contract workers, and which companies are leading the way.
Will companies empower their workers to help define the future of work in America?
Americans want a “Great Reset”, but corporate actions to protect worker health, extend hazard pay and protect jobs are faltering.
This week, we double down on employee compensation and dive into our “Pays a Fair Wage” metric to showcase how companies’ wages differ across various job titles when compared to industry peers.
Economic inequality has been rising everywhere in the United States. But it has been rising much more in the booming places that promise hefty incomes to engineers, lawyers and innovators.
Discussing money with your friends and coworkers shouldn’t be taboo. It could be a powerful defining moment for everyone involved. Here’s why, plus how to bring it up without feeling rude or unprofessional.
Perks like free snacks and foosball are nice, but they’re not what truly attracts workers to a company. Here’s what does, according to JUST Capital’s annual survey results.
How is corporate America doing on gender pay equity?
JUST Capital pledges to roll out an Equal Pay Policy.
Just 78 of the 875 largest publicly-traded U.S. companies have conducted pay equity analyses, but 82% of Americans agree that companies should not discriminate in pay. So with the majority of Americans in support of equal pay, who will take the lead on pushing for pay equity?
With U.S. jobs among the top priorities for the American people, JUST Capital tracks Amazon’s impact on both job creation and elimination in the company’s own stores, distribution centers, and corporate headquarters, as well as throughout the American retail landscape.
How fairly is income distributed among CEOs and employees today?
We can all agree on pay equity and it cannot be ignored.
When will the U.S. catch up?
Only about 15% of the 6 million U.S. retail workers make a living wage.
Amazon leads in job creation, but what’s the catch?
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