Manager spending, green companies, better lunch breaks

01 Feb 2020
AOM Insights


U.S. Managers Spend More in Presidential Election Years

The coauthors analyzed 41 acquisitions of “socially or environmentally oriented” natural and organic products companies from 2000 to 2016.

Employees' activities during lunch affect their energy levels, as do whether employees have a choice in participating in those activities.

Manufacturers have found “shades of gray” by deflecting criticism and even blaming consumers.

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