down Go Back to Recover Stronger If we truly believe that stakeholders matter as much as shareholders, we don’t have any other choice. One Year Later: Reflecting on the Business Roundtable’s Stakeholder Commitment Published aug. 27, 2020 Christine Johnson Senior Manager, Corporate Leadership Laura Roberts Senior Director Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via Email Read the Full Article On The Boston Globe Read Moreright Jobcase CFO Beth Clymer reminds us in her recent Boston Globe op-ed that it's been one year since members of the Business Roundtable professed a commitment to economic success for all stakeholders, including employees. As the effects of COVID-19 have left millions of workers with economic, health, shelter, food, and childcare insecurity, now, more than ever, is the time for those businesses to make good on their commitment.JFF established Recover Stronger because we, along with our partners like Jobcase, believe in the power of corporate action in this moment. Alongside a founding coalition of Impact Employers, Recover Stronger is mobilizing companies to invest in workers and communities in ways that will help our country rebound, rebuild, and thrive following this time of crisis. Capitalism can drive change and help all workers lead lives of meaning and dignity, free from the anxiety that comes with financial insecurity. If we truly believe that stakeholders matter as much as shareholders, we don’t have any other choice. Beth Clymer, CFO of Jobcase.