For the second annual listing, Forbes and JUST Capital ranked America's 1,000 largest publicly-traded companies on the issues that Americans care most about.
Fluor Corporation announced Dec. 13 that it was named to the JUST 100 list by Forbes and JUST Capital for the second straight year. Fluor was also ranked as the most just company in the Industrial Goods category and in the top 25 across all categories.
“Fluor believes in conducting business in a socially, economically and environmentally responsible manner to benefit current and future generations,” said David Seaton, chairman and CEO of Fluor. “We are honored to once again have the actions of our 60,000 employees be recognized by Forbes and JUST Capital.”
For the second annual listing, Forbes and JUST Capital ranked America's 1,000 largest publicly-traded companies on the issues that Americans care most about. Companies are ranked on specific themes such as worker compensation and well-being, customer treatment, product impacts, environmental footprint, supporting communities, generating jobs, behaving responsibly in sourcing and supply chains and more.
The rankings are based on a survey on public attitudes toward corporate behavior that involved more than 72,000 Americans over the past three years. The JUST 100 list features the top 100 companies across all industries. The complete 2017 JUST 100 list can be found at www.forbes.com/just100. The list will also be featured in the Dec. 26, 2017 issue of Forbes magazine.
The JUST Capital rankings debuted in 2016. Fluor was also named to the JUST 100 and ranked as the most just company in its category in the inaugural list.
For more information, visit www.fluor.com.
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