A growing number of Britons are dissatisfied with traditional work and business practices, according to a new survey on popular values. Instead, they increasingly value work that benefits the world rather than pays a high salary, and believe that business, governments and others need to deliver more social and environmental change.

The survey is reported in a study, The Values Revolution, by the social change consultancy organisation Global Tolerance. It found that almost half the British workforce would prefer to work for a company or other organisation that has a positive impact ...


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