Mixing Business with Passion

Laabs, Jennifer
March 2000
Workforce (10928332);Mar2000, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p80
Focuses on the human resources (HR) department of Patagonia Inc., an outdoor clothing and gear company. Percentage of the company's sales donated to environmental causes; Characteristics of the relationship between Patagonia and its employees; Ranking of the company on `Fortune' magazine's 2000 `100 Best Companies to Work For'; Employee benefits at Patagonia.


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