Friday, March 19, 2004

Religion at Work

Interesting article from the New York Times today, and picked up by the Contra Costa Times of California. Having re-entered the office environment after almost five years in my own business working solo, I find this interesting.

Laura L. Nash, a senior research fellow at Harvard Business School who is an expert on workplace ministries, said their rise reflected the convergence of three trends: After recent corporate accounting scandals, business and religious leaders want to foster an ethical business climate; workers who put in long hours want meaning in their jobs; and, religious organizations want to extend their influence beyond weekly services.


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