March-April 2002
Volume 83, Number 2

Welcoming employees from different cultures is both good business and "good mission."

The church's social teaching continues to provide guidance for workplace problems.

A dissolving St. Louis system tried to put its employees first.

Some Catholic executives have drawn up a list of principles concerning compensation.

Ascension Health bases its human resources policies on church social teaching.

A Canadian organization has launched a program intended to strengthen its "institutional integrity."

A pastoral letter presents church teaching in a succint an understandable manner

An ethical discernment process should include an empower all people relevant to the decision.

Breaking markets down into three major categories is a way to improve services and enhance revenues.

Just as death is part of life, spiritual care should be a part lof long-term care.

Partnerships between Catholic Health Care organizations, Catholic charities, and other groups.