While Americans want companies to prioritize a living wage and pay transparency, only a handful publicly announce minimum wage increases resulting in real wage gains for their workers.
Our Chief Strategy Officer Alison Omens lays out a framework companies can use to invest in workers right now, shares what some of the largest U.S. employers we’ve spoken to think of it, and how we’re helping them take action.
We spoke to investor and AOL cofounder Steve Case on why people, both in workforces and communities, are key to corporate success.
In the first of our JUST Jobs Explained series, we break down how to calculate a living wage, how its components are dependent on location and family size, and why businesses can improve their operations with this information.
In the face of economic uncertainty, we gathered corporate and nonprofit leaders to discuss why now’s the time to invest in workers and create JUST Jobs.
JUST Capital has partnered with Revelio Labs to provide more robust estimates of corporate wage data, a key component of job quality, across America’s largest companies.
On September 28, JUST Capital convened corporate and nonprofit leaders for an Insights to Impact virtual event – Defining a JUST Job for Today’s Economy.
Despite rhetoric that the country is incredibly polarized, there is broad consensus across all demographic and political cohorts that workers should be corporate America’s top priority.
Transparency is more than sharing noble sentiments on the company’s “careers” page. Here’s what sets a truly transparent business apart and how disclosing detailed information about workplace policies benefits all key stakeholders.
Perhaps you’re deciding whether to join a company or trying to figure out what’s missing in your own corporate culture. Either way, it’s worthwhile to get a sense of how your company compares. Start here!
When it comes to what Americans want from businesses today, worker pay and well-being continue to be core priorities. Is corporate America listening? These 10 companies are, setting an excellent example of what it means to invest in your employees.
Most people focus on salary when considering a new job, but you can’t ignore the financial value of a robust benefits package. Here are a few policies worth looking into.
It’s up to companies to disclose and reduce their pay gaps.
A new initiative from JUST Capital dedicated to increasing the prevalence of quality jobs in America
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.
A look at how U.S. companies today can tackle the growing issue of workplace burnout.
A look at how tuition reimbursement can benefit America’s low wage earners and create a win-win for workers and companies alike.
Intel’s Barbara Whye discusses the company’s journey toward setting and reaching goals around diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Companies have a big role to play in creating economic opportunity for more Americans.
How is corporate America doing on gender pay equity?
These companies provide equal leave to both mothers and fathers – an increasingly common practices among companies that is shown to benefit working families in a myriad of ways.
Transparency is the lynchpin to addressing the pay gap, and without the rigor and pressure of reporting requirements, there’s little hope for closing the gender pay gap in the United States.
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