Here's a great Wall Street Journal post featuring a new Bain & Co study showing: "two-thirds of workers said they would accept a lower salary from an employer with “sustainable” business practices, which can range from providing employees with a good working environment to reducing pollution emitted by company plants."
"Employees ranked worker safety, prevention of child labor, reducing pollution in the developing world and sustainable agriculture initiatives they valued most in companies."
This is the first time I've seen sustainable agriculture mentioned in business worker studies! The full article is here.
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