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Faith in the Workplace: The Aflac Culture

The Christian underpinnings of the insurance company Aflac inform its corporate ethos, says Aflac President Paul S. Amos II. In a conversation with Faith & Leadership, the online magazine of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School, Amos discussed the company’s response to recent tragedies, news and events, and how the company’s Christian values influenced its actions. Read the article, “This Is Not Who We Are,” and watch video excerpts from the conversation, archived on the Faith & Leadership website.

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