Equality of Opportunity

Fogel, Robert William
October 2000
Executive Excellence;Oct2000, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p19
Focuses on an increasing focus given by working individuals to self-realization and to the desire to find a deeper meaning in life. Spiritual resources; Self-realization for women; Need to develop work arrangements that permit prime-aged workers greater flexibility; Quality of life; Saturation in the consumption of luxury goods.


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