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Electrical players who made the cut – World’s Most Ethical Companies 2023

April 11, 2023 | By Anthony Capkun


“When we lead with integrity and do business right, we win.”


April 11, 2023 – Ethisphere—a provider of “data-driven assessments, benchmarking, and guidance” to help “advance business performance”—announced its World’s Most Ethical Companies (2023 edition).

As usual, we comb through the list of honorees to uncover any companies serving the Canadian electrical market, and we found several. Congratulations to the following:

3M (10x)
Capital Power (5x)
Eaton (12x)
Hubbell Inc. (3x)
Rockwell Automation (15x)
Schneider Electric (12x)
TE Connectivity (9x)

“Integrity is one of Hubbell’s core values,” said Gerben Bakker, Hubbell’s chair, president & CEO. “I’m pleased to receive this recognition on behalf of Hubbell’s employees who demonstrate our strong ethical culture and values every day.”

“When we lead with integrity and do business right, we win,” said Joe Rodgers, senior vice-president, Global Ethics and Compliance, Eaton. “I am exceptionally proud of our employees across the globe who are active, engaged and committed to our culture of integrity, and believe that we all own ethics.”

“At 3M, we are committed to doing things with unwavering integrity,” said Michael Duran, senior vice-president and chief ethics and compliance officer. “I am truly proud of all of our employees who work to protect 3M’s reputation every day.”

This is the 17th annual recognition of companies “that have demonstrated a commitment to ethical business practices through programs that positively impact employees, communities, and broader stakeholders, and contribute to sustainable and profitable long-term business performance”.

“Organizations that commit to business integrity through robust programs and practices not only elevate standards and expectations for all, but also have better long-term performance,” said Erica Salmon Byrne, Ethisphere CEO.

The World’s Most Ethical Companies assessment process is based on Ethisphere’s proprietary Ethics Quotient, which includes data points ranging from environmental and social practices to ethics and compliance activities, and more.


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