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Pope Francis tells Deloitte workers 3 ways business people can seek 'more humane' world
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Pope Francis hosted a unique audience Thursday, speaking to hundreds of Deloitte Global employees at the Vatican.
Deloitte Global, one of the world's largest professional service and consultation firm, employs over 300,000 people worldwide.
The pontiff asked attendees to become "integral consultants" — using Catholic morality and charity to help people through commerce. The pope gave three pieces of advice to operate in business ethically.
"In what ways, then, can consultants, managers and experienced professionals help in reversing or at least correcting this situation? How are they to organize their work in order to strive for a more humane, just and fraternal world?" the pope asked.
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