Do "Contented Companies" Make More Money? Human resources experts say people want to feel appreciated, but managers (and the shareholders who pay their salaries) care first about performance. Is there any common ground between "feel-good workplace" practices and the bottom line? You bet there is, responds Richard Hadden, a Jacksonville, Fla.based speaker, and Bill Catlette, a Collierville, Tenn.based human resources consultant. The pair took a close look at a half dozen companies well-known ...

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