Stanley Black & Decker

Stanley Black & Decker Releases Second Annual ESG Report, "Growth With Purpose"

The 2021 report highlights company's progress combating climate change, driving product responsibility, empowering people and ensuring governance
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NEW BRITAIN, Conn., May 3, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) recently released its 2021 Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) report, "Growth With Purpose," highlighting the company's sustainability, social impact and governance commitments, with an emphasis on addressing climate impacts and elevating divers

Stanley Black & Decker 2022 Makers Index: What's Keeping Young People from the Skilled Trades?

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Skilled laborers and tradespeople have a deep, profound history in the U.S., serving as the engine that has built our country's infrastructure and economy, dating back to the very founding of this country. In fact, even George Washington served an apprenticeship to become a land surveyor.

Today, this need is as critical as ever, with demand for additional housing, alternative energy, new means of transportation, and a rapidly expanding digital infrastructure that has been the basis for remote work during the pandemic.

Stanley Black & Decker Announces First Recipients of $25 Million Empower Makers Global Impact Challenge

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  • $3 million in grants and nearly $1 million in tools are being provided to organizations supporting workforce development initiatives
  • Recipients represent the first cohort in 5-year commitment toward skilling 3 million makers
  • Grants to empower roughly 180,000 individuals in 2022 through vocational skills training

Stanley Black & Decker Named One of Barron's 100 Most Sustainable Companies

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What will it take to create a more sustainable world? Everything from water stewardship to pledging to be carbon neutral by 2030. At Stanley Black & Decker, our commitment to environmental sustainability remains core to the way we operate, particularly with regard to climate, waste and water.

Women in the New Era of Work: 5 Trends Toward a Better Workplace


The pandemic profoundly disrupted every aspect of our work and personal life. This is particularly true for women, who, in addition to holding down jobs, often take on primary caregiver responsibilities for their children, parents or other family members.

As we enter into a new era of work in which employees have more options – flexibility is the norm, health and well-being are vital and opportunities to advance workplace gender equity are perhaps more promising than ever.

Virtual Power Purchase Agreement with ENGIE North America to Develop Renewable Energy


Stanley Black & Decker has signed a virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) with ENGIE North America (“ENGIE”), a global leader in low-carbon energy solutions, to develop new wind energy in Texas.

On the Rise: Investing in the Black Leaders of Tomorrow.


Realizing a more accessible and just world, where everyone has an equal opportunity to succeed, isn’t something that happens overnight.

It takes a clear roadmap, strategic partnerships and a long-term commitment to be invested every step of the way on a student’s journey from middle school and high school through college and early career.

Among the key components of our 10-point plan toward racial equity:

Stanley Black & Decker Wins 4 Best Places to Work Awards

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Thanks to the anonymous feedback of employees, Stanley Black & Decker was recently honored with four Comparably Best Places to Work Awards, including:

  • Best Companies for Diversity 2021
  • Best Companies for Women 2021
  • Best CEOs of 2021
  • Best Company Culture 2021

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Stanley Black & Decker Recognized With CDP's Double 'A' Score For Global Climate and Water Stewardship

Company named to the CDP Climate and Water 'A List' for the fourth consecutive year
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NEW BRITAIN, Conn., December 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) today announced that for the fourth consecutive year, it has been recognized for its leadership in climate action and water security by global environmental non-profit CDP. For the eighth year, the company also achieved CDP Leadership Status.

CDP recognized Stanley Black & Decker for being a leader on corporate environmental ambition, action and transparency worldwide and demonstrating significant action on climate change and water security risks.

For The Fourth Consecutive Year, Stanley Black & Decker Named To 2021 Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI)

Company also included in the North American Index for the 11th consecutive year
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NEW BRITAIN, Conn., November 19, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) today announced that the company has been named to the annual Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI) by S&P Dow Jones Indices for the fourth consecutive year and included on the DJSI North America Index for the 11th consecutive year.


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