The pandemic slump offers a prime opportunity, the wiggle room companies need to double-down around the core need for dedicated employees.
Stakeholder capitalism would have given America the resiliency it needed to adapt quickly to the pandemic.
Companies that embrace stakeholder capitalism will not only survive the Covid-19 downturn but enable their employees to thrive in the long run.
Matthew Agarwala argues that social capital, the web of trust and good faith among employers and employees, must be preserved during the pandemic.
Racism is a learned trait. We can unlearn it.