For the fifth year in a row, JUST Capital and its media partner CNBC have recognized Salesforce as one of America’s Most JUST Companies. Salesforce ranked fourth overall, up from the seventh spot in 2021.
Why it matters: Through rigorous, objective analysis, the JUST Rankings evaluate how the largest public U.S. corporations perform on the issues that matter most to the American public.
Driving the news: Salesforce believes that business can be the greatest platform for change, and its employees, community, customers, shareholders and the environment are its key stakeholders. The JUST 100 ranking is a testament to the company’s continued efforts to leverage technology, innovation, people, partnerships, and influence to make the world a better place.
The Salesforce perspective: Over the past year, Salesforce has made significant strides in supporting communities and workplaces to help create a more equitable and just society. In recent years, the company has launched programs like the Salesforce Talent Alliance Fellowship and hosted its first Nonprofit Summit. Salesforce is also a Net Zero company across its full value chain and 100% renewable, and is on a mission to conserve, restore, and grow 100 million trees by 2030 as part of the 1t.org commitment.
Zoom out: Salesforce is also known as one of the world’s most ethical companies, appearing on the Ethisphere Institute’s list for 12 years running.
More information: To learn more about recent Salesforce honors and recognitions, visit this page.