Just Capital and CNBC have ranked Hasbro No.1 in the Household & Leisure Goods industry, recognising its commitment to using its business as a force for good.
Hasbro has been named one of America’s Most Just Companies by Just Capital, along with media partner CNBC. The rankings are the only comprehensive evaluation of how the nation’s largest corporations perform on the issues that matter most to Americans today across five stakeholders: workers, communities, customers, shareholders and governance, and the environment.
In the 2023 Rankings, Hasbro is No.1 in the Household & Leisure Goods industry, leading the way for the company’s dedication to prioritising advancements in worker health and safety, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) efforts. Hasbro is noted as a strong performer in ethical leadership and accountability to stakeholders, rooted in the company’s purpose: to create joy and community for all people around the world, one game, one toy, one story at a time.
“We’re honoured to be named one of America’s Most Just Companies and to rank as the No.1 company in our industry on this year’s list,” said Kathrin Belliveau, EVP & chief purpose officer, Hasbro. “As we embark on the company’s 100th anniversary this year, Hasbro’s belief in doing well by doing good is stronger than ever. By creating joy and community around the world, we aspire to leave the world a better place than we found it.”
Hasbro was also ranked in the top 115 overall among more than 950 of the largest US-based corporations.
“There has never been a more important time for businesses to step up, do right by their workers, and restore trust in capitalism and the American Dream,” said Just Capital CEO Martin Whittaker. “This year’s Just leaders demonstrate that just business truly is better business.”
To compile its annual rankings, Just Capital collects and analyses corporate data to evaluate the 1,000 largest public US companies across 20 issues identified through comprehensive, ongoing public opinion research on Americans’ attitudes toward responsible corporate behaviour. Just Capital has engaged more than 160,000 participants on a fully representative basis since 2015.
A comprehensive interactive ranking and benchmarking platform is available here.