Life and Work: Challenging Economic Man
"To get higher profits we need to work harder and longer. Right? Wrong! In this original book, Charles Birch and David Paul look at the working lives of employees, managers and executives, and prospose a new agenda for achieving a work/life balance. If companies get their relationships with employees and customers right, profits will follow as a matter of course. But too many organisations focus only on the short-term bottom line and are insensitive to the emotional and spiritual needs and dignity of employees." - back cover.
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