Workaholics often feel unwell even while working, study

The mood of workaholics is on average worse than that of other people.

Stress and high efforts, low reward increase men’s heart disease risk

The double risk of job strain and effort-reward imbalance explained.

Employees are more prone to mistakes on afternoons and Fridays

Study offers objective insight on employee behavior and the potential benefits of flexible work arrangements.

Having romantic relationships with coworkers can harm the workplace culture

Workplace ostracism refers to an employee’s perception of being excluded, ignored, or rejected in the workplace. A study published in PLOS ONE by Jun...

The job that you do can change your brain, study

Restaurant workers whose job involved constantly keeping track of orders were better at tests of working memory updating.

Senior employees often feel insecure about their position in the workplace

Stereotypes about senior employees lead to premature retirements.

Your voice at the workplace to decide whether you’re in a team

Having a supportive and challenging voice would be ideal, but between the two, a supportive voice was a stronger driver of team formation.

Rewarding can boost employees’ creativity, study

Enhancing employee creativity.

Leaders who encourage their employees to learn have more resilient teams

Uncovering the important role of leadership and employee voice in the resilience process.

Control over work-life boundaries creates a crucial buffer to manage after-hours work stress

As we proceed into the 21st century, it appears as though there are new technological advances consistently, and those advances are starting to install...

Workplaces with natural lighting help workers sleep more and perform better

Growing awareness has emerged on the health benefits of exposure to daylight and views. Daylight exposure is connected to circadian rhythm regulation, which can...

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