We sat down with two of the ESG’s most prominent leaders –John Goldstein, the head of the Sustainable Finance Group at Goldman Sachs and Megan Starr, the Global Head of Impact for The Carlyle Group, to discuss the future of ESG.
Earlier this week, we were joined by Dan Ariely and Kelly Peters of BEworks to discuss how workers have been impacted by the shift to work-from home.
On July 27, JUST hosted a discussion with representatives from two of America’s largest pension funds and Bloomberg’s chief diversity reporter on why disclosing workforce demographic data is a crucial first step toward addressing racial inequity in corporate America.
89% of Americans believe this crisis is providing an opportunity for corporations to hit reset. So where should you focus? We discuss the latest data.
The second edition of our video series with Laurel Strategies and CNBC – Building a Just Future: The Road to a More Inclusive Economy.
We unpack the insights behind the Forbes Corporate Responders list.
Martin appears on CNBC to discuss the top issues employees and Americans believe companies should be focusing on, and which businesses are taking steps to effect real change.
How we should reopen our workplaces while protecting the health and safety of workers, customers, and communities?
What does good governance look like today?
Unpacking our Corporate Response Tracker with the JUST Capital Team.
How JUST Capital’s work answers the question of “what’s next” for stakeholder capitalism.
Paul Tudor Jones and Martin Whittaker on NBC’s Better Business
Our CEO Martin Whittaker joined Edwards Lifesciences CEO Mike Mussallem on Yahoo Finance for a deeper look at the policies and beliefs that have made it such a successful organization for workers, customers, communities, the environment, and it’s shareholders.
On Tuesday December 5th, JUST CEO Martin Whittaker sat down with Carol Massar at Bloomberg’s Responsible Investing Forum to discuss what it means to build a purpose-driven company.
Paul Tudor Jones II gave a keynote around why the companies that perform best on the issues Americans care about most help not only to build a more just and equitable economy, but to deliver lasting value to shareholders.
The way we’re going to change corporate behavior is: you have to stop talking about earnings and we need to start talking about justness.
JUST Board Member on CNBC’s Mad Money with Jim Cramer discusses the 2017 Rankings.
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