Thursday, March 20, 2014

92 Best for the World Businesses With the Biggest Social Bottom Lines

How do you measure what matters for a business?  It's called achieving B Corp status.  B Corp status means a firm has committed to meeting the nonprofit certifying organization’s high social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency standards.   Companies such as Patagonia and Ben & Jerry's have fit the bill.

Obtaining B Corp status is tough:
The measurement tool looks at three categories: a company’s environmental footprint, as defined by its products, manufacturing, and supply chain; its community impacts, including hiring diversity and charitable giving; and its treatment of workers, including benefits, pay, and training programs.
Read the article:  The Best Businesses For The World in 2014

Review the list:  Best Businesses for the World 2014

Go straight to:  2014 Best for the World Overall Honorees

I leave you with this:  How big is your social bottom line?

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