Employing psychological principles to reform the structure and agendas of business organizations increases employee fulfillment. This Essay proposes changes in corporate structure in order to nurture employee's mental health in a way that also benefits companies by resulting in greater employee productivity. This Essay argues that the decentralization of business organizations and greater employee involvement in decision-making will improve both quality of life and the environment.
Lewis D. Solomon,
Perspectives on Human Nature and Their Implications for Business Organizations,
23 Fordham Urb. L.J. 221
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