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This company may be an oil corporation, which doesn’t fare well in the “green” categories; however it has repeat appearances on ethical company lists for its excellent employee policy. The company covers 100% of its employee’s health insurance, matching also up to 6% of 401 (k) contributions. There are no layoffs, according to the company policy, and the company jet is dished out to employees in times of critical need.
Renowned also for its employee policy, this software company donates to educationally philanthropic ventures such as programs that promote technology, engineering, science and mathematics to children. SAS employees receive child care, unlimited sick leave and full access to health care, gratis through the company. This company allows their employees to feel secure and part of a greater community. There’s never been a layoff at NuStar, and the employee morale remains high, year after year.
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This outdoor clothing company has advocated environmental causes since its establishment, launching in 1985 the 1% for the Planet pledge. The company thus donates 1% of profits to environmental sustainability causes, requesting other businesses join the pledge. Their dedication to the environment is so strong that they produce marketing campaigns to ask consumers to refrain from buying their products unnecessarily.
No surprises here, seeing as this global company was established by one of the world’s great philanthropists, Bill Gates. Donating over $1 billion annually to charities and NPO’s, Microsoft has also begun to tackle the IT professional scarcity with their TEALS programme. It encourages children at school to take an interest in technology by providing computer science instruction headed by Microsoft employees. If that doesn’t encourage student participation in technological industries then we don’t know what would!
Their motto is “Don’t be evil” and this powerhouse company certainly does keep to their word, having established the Google Green Program through which they donate $1 billion to renewable energy resources yearly. Reducing their own energy usage also propels this company to the top of ethical company lists, since Google utilizes buildings that are energy efficient. Employee policies also boost Google’s ethical status – employees are some of the better cared for workers in the world. Their benefits range from free health care to legal advice, and their snack pantry is always stocked.
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