“We were able to rely on sociological studies that showed that family life is a catalyst for raising prosocial values and preferences among family members.”. said the co-author of the article.
It is reported that unmarried bosses, although guided by the code and standard of corporate social responsibility, show less interest in other corporate ethics programs. Whereas married leaders are more likely and willing to support the hiring and career growth of women, people with disabilities, and sexual minorities. Also, according to the study, married leaders more often showed concern for their subordinates: they rewarded employees, issued sickness benefits, in a word, were more human.