When the pandemic descended upon us, America was a country woefully mired in the ill effects of shareholder primacy, weakened by an ineffective government, and drained of its once robust resilience. Our recovery rests with regaining that resilience and investing in stakeholder capitalism.
Home Depot is delivering hope during the pandemic with its Ken Krew's program whose mission is to mainstream young adults with disabilities into the workforce.
The pandemic slump offers a prime opportunity, the wiggle room companies need to double-down around the core need for dedicated employees.
Stakeholder capitalism would have given America the resiliency it needed to adapt quickly to the pandemic.
Companies that embrace stakeholder capitalism will not only survive the Covid-19 downturn but enable their employees to thrive in the long run.