JELD-WEN, Andersen Among the “Most Trustworthy Companies in America”

April 1st, 2024 by Editor

JELD-WEN Holding Inc. and Andersen Corp. were both recognized as one of Newsweek’s “Most Trustworthy Companies in America” in 2024. This marks the third consecutive year JELD-WEN has been celebrated for its commitment to trust across critical dimensions of customer, investor and employee trust.

“Being named a ‘Most Trustworthy Company in America’ by Newsweek for the third year in a row is a testament to our values of integrity and excellence in all that we do,” said JELD-WEN CEO William J. Christensen. “A trustworthy company is a reflection of the dedication of our employees, the loyalty of our customers and the faith of our investors. We remain committed to serving our employees, stakeholders and communities at the highest standards of trustworthiness, integrity and respect.”

For Andersen, being named one of the “Most Trustworthy” in construction is a confirmation that the company’s goals are being reached, officials said.

“At Andersen, we take immense pride in delivering exceptional products for the way people live. Being recognized as one of Most Trusted in America reaffirms our belief that prioritizing quality, transparency, and craftsmanship resonates deeply with our customers,” said Chris Galvin, president and CEO.

Newsweek’s Most Trustworthy Companies in America 2024 list evaluates U.S.-based companies with $500 million or more in annual revenue. The list was developed in collaboration with market research partner, Statista Inc., and based on an independent survey of approximately 25,000 Americans. The list recognizes companies that have demonstrated exceptional trustworthiness based on a range of factors, including transparency, corporate governance, financial performance, and social responsibility.

Respondents rated companies on three touchpoints of trust: customer trust, investor trust, and employee trust; including if they believed individual companies treated their customers fairly, treated their employees fairly, and would be good long-term investments. Companies also received a social listening score based on the aggregation of mentions and a sentiment analysis over a four-month period. The criteria for the recognition involved a holistic approach, incorporating three main pillars of trust: customer, investor and employee trust.

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