Xerox Once Again Named One of the "100 Best Corporate Citizens"
Xerox was named one of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens for 2022 by 3BL Media, which recognizes outstanding Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) transparency and performance among the 1,000 largest publicly traded U.S. companies. Xerox ranked in the top 5 of the technology and hardware industry, with the likes of Apple, HP, and Cisco.
Xerox is also one of only 19 companies to rank in the 100 best each year since 2009. “Making this list for the past 13 years highlights Xerox’s consistent commitment to being an industry pioneer and leader in ESG,” said Michele Cahn, vice president, Global Government Affairs, Sustainability, Citizenship & Compliance.
The 2022 ranking methodology rates companies on eight pillars — employees, climate change, environment, stakeholders and society, human rights, ESG performance, and financial — containing 155 factors. Factors look for specific ESG disclosures, including data, management approach, performance, policies and codes, strategy, and targets.
Corporate Knights' List of Most Sustainable Corporations
Corporate Knights recognized Xerox among most sustainable corporations. Learn more about why our sustainability goals and net-zero roadmap put Xerox ahead of nearly 7,000 other companies on the list.
Awards – Pacesetter, Keypoint Intelligence, BLI & More
Xerox products & services have received some of the industry’s top honors including Pacesetter, Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab & other workplace awards.
Xerox Named a Sustainability Leader in the Print Industry by Quocirca
Quocirca, a leading source for independent research, thought leadership, and actionable insight for the print industry, has named Xerox a sustainability leader in its Sustainability Trends 2022 report.
How Xerox Turned Printer Filters into Face Masks
When the call went out at Xerox to think about new ways to use materials on hand to help the coronavirus humanitarian effort, Mark Adiletta, long-time Xerox engineering manager, had a crazy thought: What if we use printer filters to make medical-grade fac