Monday, October 26, 2015
Hess Corp., J&J Among 2015's Top Best Corporate Citizens
NEW YORK - Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine announced the fifth annual Top 10 Best Corporate Citizens rankings by industry, which were also revealed at the annual COMMIT!Forum in New York City.
Rankings were announced in the following sectors: business services; consumer items; consumer staples; energy; financial; healthcare; information technology; materials; media & entertainment and utilities. This is the fifth year that Corporate Responsibility Magazine recognized companies by industry, applying the methodology from its 100 Best Corporate Citizens List. The formal announcements were made at the COMMIT!Forum in New York City.
"We congratulate those companies that represent the creme de la creme from each industry represented within the 2015 100 Best Corporate Citizens List for their commitment to corporate responsibility and are thrilled to recognize these stellar organizations, who each strive to serve as archetypes for what it means to be a socially responsible company for all other organizations both within and outside of their individual industries," said Elliot Clark, CEO of Corporate Responsibility Magazine. "Our annual 100 Best List honors the other top companies that collectively represent America's most ambitious enterprises in regard to their consistent efforts towards increasing corporate social responsibility by demonstrating truly admirable ethics, values and fair business practices."
By industry, the Best Corporate Citizens are:
- Business Services – Ecolab, Inc.
- Consumer Items – Hasbro, Inc.
- Consumer Staples – Campbell Soup Co.
- Energy – Hess Corporation
- Financials/Insurance/Real Estate – Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.
- Healthcare – Johnson & Johnson
- Information Technology – Microsoft Corporation
- Materials – Sigma-Aldrich Corp.
- Media & Entertainment – Walt Disney Co.
- Utilities – Entergy Corp.
Corporate Responsibility Magazine is America's leading voice on corporate responsibility, providing case studies, analyzing best practices and tracking trends in the five primary segments of CR: energy and the environment, risk management, governance and compliance, employee relations, and human rights.