What’s New: Intel ranked No. 4 on JUST Capital’s rankings of America’s Most JUST Companies. This marks the company’s fifth consecutive year in the Top 5. The JUST 100 list evaluates the performance of America’s largest publicly traded companies on the issues that matter most in defining JUST business behavior.
“We are proud to be recognized as one of America’s Most JUST Companies for the fifth year in a row. Our commitment to transparency and to driving positive global impact is embedded in our purpose to create world-changing technology that enriches the lives of every person on Earth. By leveraging our position in the technology ecosystem, we can help our customers and partners achieve their own aspirations and accelerate progress on key topics across the technology industry and beyond.”
–Suzanne Fallender, Intel director of Corporate Responsibility
Why It Matters: Earlier this year, Intel evolved its corporate responsibility commitment through its RISE strategy and 2030 goals. As part of this strategy, Intel defined its long-term global impact challenges, furthering its commitment to expand resources, expertise, global reach and influence beyond its operations across major organizations, industries and countries.
How the List is Formed: JUST Capital surveys Americans to compare different business issues on a head-to-head basis, producing a hierarchy of issues ranked in order of priority. Companies are evaluated on how they serve their workers, customers, communities, environment and shareholders on issues including equal opportunity, career development, honest advertising, environmental protection and more.
More Context: Check out the full list on JUST Capital.