VIDEO: Verizon Project Manager and Benefits VP Share Why Training for a Better Tomorrow Changed Her Life While Delivering Value for the Company
Verizon exec Kevin Cammarata says being part of The Worker Financial Wellness Initiative is delivering business results and changing the lives of employees like Eddie Ervin.
VIDEO: PayPal Employee and Senior VP Explain How Investments in Higher Wages And Better Benefits are Good for Workers, Customers, and Shareholders
By helping to create the The Worker Financial Wellness Initiative, PayPal’s leadership is changing the lives of thousands of American workers.
VIDEO: Working Mom Shares How Prudential Financial’s Investment in Her Financial Wellness Enables Her to Be a ‘Better Parent’ and a ‘Better Worker’
As a member of The Worker Financial Wellness Initiative, Prudential Financial is investing in its workers, like Shanelle Forde, and seeing their engagement boost in return.
The JUST Report: How Companies Can Support Working Moms
Sunday is Mother’s Day and so we wanted to highlight how the business community can better support mothers in the labor force.
When Companies Act on Employee Experience, Workers and Business Benefit
In a still-tight job market, acting on employee experience is a business imperative. A new Worker Financial Wellness guide shares how companies can prioritize their employees’ feedback to drive workforce investments.
The JUST Report: Dozens of CEOs Vow to Reduce Inequality
The business case for reducing inequality is a compelling one, and the WBCSD’s report shows how to do it.
Only 3% of America’s Largest Companies Encourage Living Wages for Supply Chain Workers – But These 5 Companies Are Leading on the Issue
Companies like Accenture and Morgan Stanley Capital International are encouraging or requiring their massive supply chains to pay better wages.
JUST Capital Launches the Corporate Care Network to Help Companies Attract, Support, And Retain Caregivers
JUST Capital is pleased to announce the launch of the Corporate Care Network, an initiative that connects and supports companies and business leaders dedicated to making care visible and advancing access to care benefits, like paid leave, flexible work, and child care support.
Only 9% of America’s Largest Companies Provide Parity in Paid Parental Leave of 12+ Weeks for Primary and Secondary Caregivers
A majority of Americans we polled think companies need to offer 12 weeks of paid parental leave to all workers. Just 9% of the largest U.S. companies currently offer parity of 12 weeks or more to both caregivers.
The Top Six Companies Leading on Paid Parental Leave in 2023
By expanding paid parental leave benefits, companies have an opportunity to generate outsized impact for workers and their bottom line.
Leaders From Two Sigma, Verizon, Mastercard, and Hershey Explain How They’re Building JUST Jobs and Business Resilience
JUST 100 leaders share how they’re prioritizing JUST jobs as economic uncertainty continues and JUST, and Two Sigma Impact speak to how a focus on job quality is helping build better companies.
Companies Disclosing the Gold Standard of Workforce Diversity Data – the EEO-1 Report or Similar Intersectional Data – More Than Tripled between 2021 and 2022
Publicly disclosing demographic data represents a critical initial step for companies looking to build more diverse workforces, as well as stronger returns.
KKR’s Co-Head of Global Private Equity Shares How Employee Ownership Drives Long-Term Business Value
Speaking with CNBC’s Dominic Chu, KKR’s Pete Stavros dives into what’s behind the success of the firm’s and his nonprofit Ownership Works’ employee stock ownership programs.
Despite an Uptick in 2023, Only 32% of the Largest U.S. Companies Analyze Their Gender Pay Gaps
After years of stalled progress, we found 32% of the largest U.S. companies report conducting gender pay gap analyses – but only disclose results when at or near parity.
The Data Suggests ESG Is Not a Cause of Inflation
The idea that ESG is a major cause of inflation and hurting the American people is spurious. JUST data suggests that the opposite is true: that companies pursuing stakeholder leadership not only help workers cope with the effects of inflation, they also drive higher returns for investors.
Edelman’s US Head of Sustainability Says CEOs Are Making a Mistake by Giving Into the ‘Greenhushing’ Trend – and Offers an Alternative Approach
Edelman’s Alex Heath says now is the moment for corporate leaders to build trust with their stakeholders through focused, transparent messaging.
What Walmart’s Wage Hike Means for Corporate America’s Pay Practices
Our Chief Strategy Officer, Alison Omens, writes on the signal Walmart’s move to raise wages for its frontline workers sends to corporate America.
Highlights from Paul Tudor Jones’ Discussion with 3 CEOs About the Future of Capitalism
JUST Capital co-founder and chair Paul Tudor Jones led a panel about ESG and stakeholder capitalism with former Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky, Grameen CEO Andrea Jung, and Interactive Brokers former founding CEO and current chair Thomas Peterffy.
The JUST Report: Better Disclosure Can Build Trust in Corporate Wage Strategies
Years ago when we were launching JUST, I remember the CEO of a large bank told me in no uncertain terms that there was “no chance” companies would ever be transparent about wages. Has that changed?
As Inflation Rises, Corporate Minimum Wage Disclosure Continues to Lag
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.
The JUST Report: How to Make Layoffs as Just as Possible
As painful as they can be, layoffs don’t have to be unjust. Here’s how:
The JUST Report: How the Midterms Might Affect Corporate Stakeholder Leadership
I’ve spent much of the week talking to business leaders about what Tuesday’s election results could mean for corporate stakeholder leadership. The answer – like the outcome of a few key races – is not yet clear.
Energy Companies That Perform Well in JUST’s Rankings Have Outperformed Their Industry Peers
As COP27 begins and fossil fuel companies take in massive profits, we took a look at how the top performing energy companies in our Rankings compare to the lowest performing.
With Recession Fears Rising, Companies Can (And Should) Be Investing in JUST Jobs
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.
The JUST Report: Can Creating JUST Jobs Unite Americans?
We spoke to investor and AOL cofounder Steve Case on why people, both in workforces and communities, are key to corporate success.
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