Looking for a brighter business future? Look for companies that build social purpose into their business model and create long-term value for all stakeholders—from consumers and workers to shareholders and directors—as benefit corporations.

Last week B the Change highlighted how the benefit corporation model provides a structure for conscious consumers, investors and workers. Learn more about the benefits of being a benefit corp on B the Change, in our B the Change Weekly Friday newsletter, and on our B Corporation Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram channels.

Here’s a look at what we shared last week:

What Does It Mean to Work at a B Corp? Flexibility When Life Gets Real: With People-Focused Policies That Adapt When Needed, Businesses Create Room for the Realities of Life

How Businesses Can Create Brighter Futures for People Seeking Refuge: UK Organizations Collaborate to Ease Language and Employment Barriers

The Pathology of White Privilege: Tim Wise Provides Anti-Racism Training to Organizations Across the United States

7 Alternatives to ‘Scaling’ Your Business: New Definitions of Entrepreneurial Success

How Mindful Working Can Boost Your Career and Improve Your View: Why It’s Vital to Take a Fresh Look at Our Everyday Activities

5 B Corp Innovative Hiring Practices Changing Lives

The Time Has Come to Heed Nature’s Warning Bells: UN Global Assessment the Latest Call to Action on the Impending Climate Crisis

Benefits of Being a Benefit Corp: B the Change Weekly

B the Change Week in Review was originally published in B the Change on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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