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US' Kimberly-Clark named one of America's most JUST companies

27 Jan '22
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Kimberly-Clark has been named among America’s 100 most JUST companies for 2022 by JUST Capital. The annual JUST 100 list recognises US corporations that outperform their peers on issues such as fair pay, worker health and safety, benefits and work-life balance, ethical leadership, cultivating a diverse workplace, and producing sustainable products.

To create its annual rankings, JUST Capital collects and analyses corporate data to determine how America's largest corporations measure up against the public's priorities for just business behaviour, as identified in ongoing opinion polls involving over 150,000 participants. JUST evaluated 954 companies across five stakeholder groups and 20 issues to produce the 2022 rankings, including the JUST 100 list. Companies were drawn from the Russell 1000 Index, which represents over 90 per cent of the US stock market value, the company said in a press release.

“We are proud to once again be included in the JUST 100 list. This recognition reflects Kimberly-Clark’s commitment to living our values and delivering our purpose of Better Care for a Better World – for our people, consumers, communities and the environment,” Lisa Morden, vice president of safety, sustainability and occupational health at Kimberly-Clark, said in a statement.

“We’ve entered a new era of accountability where employees, customers, and investors want to understand if companies are not just talking the talk, but walking the walk to drive change on the critical issues of our time. The companies featured in the 2022 JUST 100 are demonstrating that purpose and profits can go hand in hand by delivering value to all stakeholders, including shareholders,” Martin Whittaker, CEO of JUST Capital said.

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