As with our consumption (eating organic, wearing Made in France), we are increasingly interested in the ethics of the company we join. Many certifications have emerged to help candidates choose (B Corp, Great Place To Work, Top Employer, etc.). These certifications, issued by independent or public bodies, generally make it possible to promote practices deemed virtuous or with a positive impact (safety, quality of life, ecological impact). But for lack of a legal definition, the term “label” identifies very different realities. It isn't easy to navigate and judge the integrity of a label. It is vital to keep a critical mind and look at the methodology (criteria used) specific to each certifying body to issue a label.
Created in the United States in 2006 by the non-profit organization B Lab, the B Corp label, an acronym for "Benefit Corporation," brings together nearly 5,000 committed companies worldwide. Their common point is that? All meet high social and environmental performance standards, accountability, and transparency.
The certification process
The companies first complete an online questionnaire (200 questions) on five themes:
Employees (Compensation, Health & well-being, Development & training, Commitment & satisfaction)
Community (Diversity & Inclusion, Economic Impact, Civic Engagement, Supplier Policy.)
Environment (Environmental management, Air & Climate, Water, Earth & life)
Customers (Customer Management).
Then, the selected companies are subject to a rigorous information verification process by the audit branch of the B Lab organization. Finally, each certified B Corp company must display its results on its website, and the certification is valid for three years.
What are the best B Corps to work for in 2022?
We've reviewed hundreds of teams and picked the top 50 B Corp teams hiring in tech. You will find our selection below. You can also filter our selection by mission and values! If you'd like more filters (such as role, stack, and location), don't hesitate to start a personalized search at the bottom!
Cultural Economical Environmental Peace Social Technological
Learning Fun Performance People care Diversity Transparency
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