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Multifaceted Beneficial Impact of Management by Values Implementation on the Company’s Activity, also in the Financial Aspect

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The statement that respect for human values at work increases the level of human satisfaction does not raise any doubts among managers today. However, numerous voices of doubt can be heard when it is stated that respect for human values at work is conducive to the company’s development. The following article aims to address the importance of management by value and in particular the multiple benefits of this management approach for the whole enterprise, including financial benefits.
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  • Department of Finanse, Acconting and Logistics, Faculty of Social and Technical Sciences, State University of Applied Sciences in Konin, Poland
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