For the fifth year in a row, Newsweek has partnered with global research and data firm Statista for its annual list of America’s Most Responsible Companies.
For the second year in a row, Winnebago Industries has been recognized for its numerous corporate social responsibility efforts and unwavering commitment to environmental, social and corporate governance progress. Also making this year’s list are THOR Industries, Lippert and Cummins.
“The survey results suggest that companies have been making improvements in certain areas over the last three years, with social responsibility scores notably on the rise,” Michael Bausch, senior analyst at Statista, tells Newsweek.
“This positive trend indicates a commitment to enhancing corporate practices, particularly in response to societal expectations. The data reflects a gradual but encouraging evolution in companies’ efforts to fulfill their responsibilities, highlighting a positive shift in their overall approach.”
This year, we award 600 of the largest corporations in the United States, up from 500 in 2022. While that increase is noteworthy, even more so is the fact that the company in this year’s 600th spot has a higher score than last year’s 500th. It is also worth mentioning that 243 companies on the list have placed for at least four consecutive years, with 156 earning a spot for all five years.