In a world where the benefit to the common good has been overshadowed by the need to spur consumer demand to increase profitability, one begins to wonder if business has turned a blind eye and if the workforce has grown so detached that who they are at work is different from who they are outside the workplace. While there are many challenges that a worker encounters inside and outside the workplace, it is the contention of this paper that it is possible to remain integral and not to disintegrate amidst so much pressures, provided organization is there to support such integrality. Consequently, this paper provides a framework that business leaders can consider so that they support the pursuit for happiness, purposefulness, and fulfillment of every worker in their organization.
Atienza, Cristine Margaret and Santiago, Andrea
"The Whole Greater than the Sum of its Parts: Being Whole in the Workplace,"
Journal of Religion and Business Ethics:
Vol. 3, Article 20.
Available at: http://via.library.depaul.edu/jrbe/vol3/iss1/20