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Xerox Is One of World’s Most Ethical Companies for 12th Consecutive Year!

If it seems like old news that Xerox has been named among Ethisphere Institute’s World’s Most Ethical Companies for 2018, it may be because this is the 12th time we’ve made the list.

The World’s Most Ethical Company designation recognizes companies that truly go beyond making statements about doing business ethically and translate those words into action. As Ethisphere notes, “financial value and ethics are inexorably tied together.” An Ethisphere press release points out that has been “borne out through long-term tracking of how the stock prices of publicly traded honorees compare to the U.S. Large Cap Index. The research found that listed World’s Most Ethical Companies outperformed the large cap sector over five years by 10.72 percent and over three years by 4.88 percent. Ethisphere refers to this as the Ethics Premium.”

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Xerox is one of only 13 companies that been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute all 12 years that they have published their list of the world’s leaders in ethical business standards and practices. The award underscores Xerox’s commitment to go beyond its mission of improving the way the world communicates, connects and works to also contribute to the broader society as a good corporate citizen. “Every decision we make and every action we take should demonstrate our unwavering commitment to ethical business conduct,” said Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson. “Our continued recognition by Ethisphere is a reflection of that promise.”

Xerox Among Nation’s Best in Measures that Matter Most to People and Communities

We outperform our peers in areas such as worker pay and treatment, job creation, community involvement and products that do not harm the environment. Forbes and JUST Capital have surveyed more than 72,000 Americans over the past three years, and identified their attitudes about corporate behavior. It’s one of the most comprehensive surveys ever taken, and it reveals a list of issues that Americans care about most. The JUST 100 rankings have recognized Xerox for outperforming our peers in a number of areas including worker pay and treatment, job creation, community involvement, and providing products that improve life and do not harm the environment. JUST Capital CEO Martin Whittaker noted that business should be a force for good in America, and the JUST 100 list provides an example of how companies can win back the trust of the American people.
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