The Quaker Workplace: Building the Beloved Community

The packing room at Cadbury Dairy Milk and Bournville Cocoa, circa 1903. Via Wikimedia commons. Project Gutenberg. Almost everyone knows what a Quaker business is . . . or rather, was. Great names of confectionery, banking, and sometimes engineering or chemicals from Victorian England easily spring to mind. To mention any one of those firms—especially icons such as Cadbury or Rowntree—is to evoke the caring, progressive🔒

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Originally from the United Kingdom, Anthony Fuller has a long interest in Quaker business. He currently lives near Princeton, N.J., and is a senior procurement leader, trying to apply Quaker principles to his everyday work. Although not a Friend, Anthony is actively engaged with the Friends community through the Quakers and Business Group.

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