Choosing a values-based approach to ethics, social governance and employee engagement

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“There appears to be a connection between socially engaged companies and the greater desires of employees to work for them and consumers to buy from them.” Michael Johnson and Tom Tropp make the case for building a values-based enterprise by aligning investment decisions with organizational values, securing a reputation for business ethics and allowing employee priorities to drive charitable contributions.

This article is an excerpt from the 2018 Human Capital Insights Report. Download the report for more insights on building and sustaining a healthy workplace culture that drives individual and organizational performance.