Adobe has been named to Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s “100 Best Corporate Citizens” list, ranking No. 27 — a jump of 44 spots in one year. This is the second year we’ve made the list, which recognizes companies for their transparency in reporting and for responsible business practices. Microsoft, Intel and Johnson & Johnson were among other leaders on the list.
This list assesses companies in the Russell 1000 Index. CR Magazine examines financial and CR performance, along with transparency of reporting in five segments of corporate responsibility: energy and the environment; risk management; governance and compliance; employee relations, and human rights.
This recognition highlights Adobe’s commitment to being open about our social investments in education, sustainability, employee involvement and the communities where we live and work.
“Now more than ever people are eager to know about who they invest in, do business with, and work for. We are proud to be acknowledged as a leader in corporate responsibility, and a smart financial and social investment,” said Holly Campbell, vice president, Corporate Responsibility, Adobe.
Learn more about Adobe Corporate responsibility here.