This is a bad idea. While I believe companies should reward consumers and workers first, this can go terribly wrong. I believe we should do away with the concept of corporations as people. No mention of it is in the Constitution, so it is clear the Founding Fathers did not in any way intend for companies to be treated as people. They have to be still rolling over in their graves concerning the wrongfully thought out Citizens United decision. The idea of corporate personhood comes from a statement by the Chief Justice of SCOTUS in a preamble to a decision. So, in reality, there is no justification for corporate personhood and, hence, Citizens United is a wrong decision. Back to the topic, there is a reason if a company goes bankrupt, employees are paid first, then creditors, and shareholders last. Senior level execs need to realize they have to better care for employees before giving themselves and shareholders more money than they already need or the people will rise up and demand solutions that are even more draconian.