For the third consecutive year, Experian North America was included in the prestigious national list that honors the “100 best companies that adapted to massive changes in the workplace by prioritizing well-being, inclusion, purpose, listening and caring for employees wherever their employees are.” That's why it's a great honor to be recognized along with other leading brands on the list of the top 100 that put their employees first. The top 100 companies prioritized employee well-being and fostered cultures of inclusion, purpose, genuine listening, care and empathy. The top 100 adapted to massive changes in the workplace by prioritizing well-being, inclusion, purpose, listening and caring for employees wherever they are, both inside and outside the office, to challenge the Great Resignation. From listening sessions to employee resource groups (ERGs), the top 100 took steps to ensure that all employees felt included.
Twenty pharmaceutical companies are included in the annual list that Fortune compiles to rank the 500 highest-earning American companies. Before the FDA makes its decision on Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's drug donanemab in February, big pharma will present a first sample of data from one of the most interesting, but least regulatory important, trials at an Alzheimer's conference in San Francisco.