Not every company is strictly out to make money, and now “People” magazine is recognizing ones that go out of their way to show they care.
The magazine has just revealed its annual “Companies That Care” list, singling out 100 companies that have demonstrated respect, compassion, and concern for their communities, their employees, and the environment. According to the mag, these companies, “go above and beyond to honor their employees, uplift their communities and make the world a better place.” Topping the list this year is Target Corporation, which gets high marks for investing in its employees. In fact, this year they’ve invested about $300 million more in pay and benefits, with starting salaries now ranging from $15 to $24 an hour, with enhanced benefits. They also promote diversity, by increasing promotions for people of color by 62% and increasing women in leadership by 16%.
“People’s” Top Ten “Companies That Care”
- Target Corporation
- Veterans United Home Loans
- PulteGroup, Inc.
- Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
- Rocket Companies
- Camden Property Trust
- Scripps Tech
- Bank of America
Click here for the complete list.