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CBRE Among America’s Most JUST Companies
CBRE Group, Inc, has announced that it has been named one of America’s Most JUST Companies by Forbes and JUST Capital.
Forbes and JUST Capital evaluate U.S.-based public companies based on measures of corporate citizenship, including employee relations, quality of goods and services, client service, environmental impact, community support, diversity and ethical conduct. Nearly 1,000 companies are considered for inclusion in the JUST 100.
“We work hard to create an environment where our people can build rewarding careers while producing great client outcomes and making a positive impact on their communities,” says Bob Sulentic, president and CEO at CBRE. “We are proud that Forbes has recognized our efforts and thank our talented professionals for continuing to distinguish CBRE.”
JUST Capital is a nonprofit research organization that seeks to provide stakeholders—employees, concerned citizens, business leaders and others—with information to assess how “just” companies are.
Earlier this month CBRE was named a 2017 Best Workplace for Diversity by FORTUNE and Great Place to Work. Additionally, CBRE has been in both the FTSE4Good Index and the Ethisphere Institutes’ World’s Most Ethical Company list every year since 2014. It also has received an EPA ENERGY STAR Partner of The Year — Sustained Excellence Award for 10 consecutive years.