Employees at ‘green’ companies are significantly more productive, study finds

September 10, 2012

Bucking the idea that environmentalism hurts economic performance, a new study led by UCLA’s Magali Demas (Institute of the Environment and Sustainability and UCLA Anderson School of Management) has found that companies that voluntarily adopt international “green” practices and standards have employees who are 16 percent more productive than the average.

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