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Corporate role model

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Thank you, Doug Clark! Thank you, Jeff Philipps (“Rosauers CEO proves he cares for employees,” Jan. 18)!

What an inspiration! You’ve shown that there ARE corporations in the world today that value their employees and treat them with kindness, respect and gratitude, and not like dehumanized objects whose only function is to boost the bottom line and keep the shareholders happy. I intend to send copies of this column to everyone I know as a powerful example of true goodness in today’s world.

Bernadine Van Thiel

Spokane


 

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