With groups such as UK Uncut protesting against companies that don’t pay Corporation Tax and 11-year-old schallenging company bosses at AGMs about pay and conditions of workers, it may seem that business is hard-hearted.
A talk taking place later this month aims to challenge that notion by asking whether business can have a soul.
Led by Andy Freeman, who works as a Church Missionary Society Pioneer and an ICF (Industrial Christian Fellowship) fellow, the talk has been organised by Reading@Work, a group that exists to support Christians in the workplace.
It will be held in Bill’s Restaurant in Chain Street, Reading from 7.45pm on Monday, September 22.
Entry is free – and you can order food from the restaurant while listening to the talk.
Places must be booked in advance.