SPIRITUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE Though there's no precise way of tracking the trend, religious groups that provide services to office workers report increases of 30 percent to 50 percent in the number of participants over the past year Chris McLoughlin, head of information technology at a multinational firm in midtown [Manhattan], is one of about 10 male workers who hold prayer meetings whenever they can grab a free conference room. The executive, who calls himself a nondenominational Christian, is also a regular at more formal services offered by BOLD (Business Outreach Lord Directed), based at St.
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