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Firms Turn to Religion to Keep Workers Happy

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Firms Turn to Religion to Keep Workers Happy

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Firms Turn to Religion to Keep Workers Happy

Firms Turn to Religion to Keep Workers Happy

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Some companies are embracing the belief that a faith-friendly workplace will create higher profits — or at least happier workers. At Atlanta-based HomeBanc Mortgage Corp., employees can take part in prayer groups or speak with corporate chaplains. In the first of a three-part series, NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.

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