Intuit, US Bancorp, and Eli Lilly Are the Leading Companies for Working Mothers in 2023
In recognition of Mother’s Day, here are the top three companies that go above and beyond on paid parental leave, dependent care, and more.
HPE Offers Workers Some of the Best Paid Parental Leave Benefits. Their VP of Benefits, Culture, and People Experience Shares Why
“Investing in your people, to me, is a really critical component to being a successful company,” HPE’s vice president of benefits, culture, and people experience told JUST Capital.
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.
The JUST Report: A New Network to Help Companies Lead On Care Benefits
Our own Tolu Lawrence, JUST Capital’s Managing Director of Programs and Partnerships and Head of Corporate Impact, is launching our new Corporate Care Network to help company leaders dedicated to advancing access to and awareness of care benefits.
Here’s What the Public Thinks of Recent Tech Layoffs – and What They Believe Corporate Leaders Should Consider When Cutting Jobs
JUST Capital polled Americans to learn their views on recent waves of layoffs – including how they impact workers, long-term profits, and the economy overall.
JUST 100 Industry Leaders – Nike and AEP – Discuss Approach to Sustainability. Here Are the Key Takeaways.
Sustainability leaders from JUST 100’s Nike and AEP share why a transparent, people-based approach is needed to build a more renewable, equitable future.
JUST Capital Releases 19 Index Concepts that Demonstrate the Benefit of Investing in Stakeholder Value Creation
Concepts feature companies in the top 20% of our Rankings and demonstrate that investors need not sacrifice returns to support companies doing right by all their stakeholders.
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.
5 Key Insights from the American Public to Help Companies and Investors Lead Through Increasing Attacks on ESG and ‘Woke’ Companies
Our latest survey research – in collaboration with Omidyar Network and The Ford Foundation – asks Americans if and how companies should align with the core principles of stakeholder capitalism.
These Were JUST Capital’s Most Popular Stories of 2022
Our top articles this year included how America’s largest companies addressed racial equity, climate change, and the war in Ukraine.
The JUST Report: Building Bridges on the Stakeholder Approach
Looking ahead to 2023, we would do well to not just engage those who we think we disagree with, but understand where they’re coming from and find common ground.
3 Charts That Show Why Companies Should Regularly Raise Wages to Match Inflation
We illustrate how inflation reduces the purchasing power of wages and causes pay cuts for workers over time.
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?
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.
JUST Capital’s 2022 Americans’ Views on Business Survey: Americans Want Less Talk, More Action
Despite an uptick in positive impressions of just business behavior during the pandemic, Americans are now less likely to think companies are following through.
The JUST Report: A Winter of Discontent? It’s Time to Focus on JUST Jobs
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 and New Partner Revelio Labs Find About Half of Russell 1000 Employees Do Not Make a Family-Sustaining Wage
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.
JUST Capital Insights to Impact Virtual Event – Defining a JUST Job for Today’s Economy
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.
ANNUAL SURVEY: In an Unstable Economic Environment, Workers and Wages Are More Important Than Ever to the American Public
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.
JUST Capital Launches the Multi-Year JUST Jobs Program
The JUST Jobs program will build on in-depth survey research on what Americans across all demographics value most in jobs today and robust job quality frameworks, with the goal of strengthening businesses, the economy, and the livelihoods of people around the country.
The JUST Report: Is the ESG Backlash Stopping Companies From Being More Just?
In the face of the backlash against ESG and stakeholder capitalism, have companies eased off in their actions to become more just? Our latest corporate engagement data suggests not.
The JUST Report: On Labor Day Weekend, How is Labor Really Doing?
Ahead of Labor Day, let’s take stock of where things stand for the American worker.
Across Political Divides, Americans Agree: Companies Should Prioritize Workers’ Economic Security, Driving Competitive Advantage
Republicans, Independents, and Democrats alike agree that it’s a company’s responsibility to pay its frontline workers enough to make ends meet.
The JUST Report: “This Just Ain’t Working Out. Something’s Got To Give.”
It’s a story that captures almost every aspect of the business zeitgeist in America today – workers’ quest for fair pay, good jobs, and better conditions; unions; community support and survival; COVID; health and safety; climate change; ESG; shareholder activism; the corporate profit imperative; and, of course (inevitably), politics.
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