The report said that about 89 per cent agree that giving recognition creates a better company culture, while 79 said the giver works harder after they recognise another's achievement.
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Dominant, assertive women, who clearly express their expectations and do not retreat from their demands, are compensated better than their more accommodating female peers.
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A majority of employees feel under-appreciated by their bosses and feel that with a little more acknowledgments, they would happily work harder and stay on longer in their current jobs.
Four out of five of the women reported having been subjected to hostile behaviour causing psychological harm or fear.
Extroverts are perceived as proactively contributing to teamwork and can get in the good books of their boss more easily.
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Researchers have found that stressful jobs have negative consequences for employees' health when paired with low freedom in decision-making.
A part of the problem could form while the brain pathways are forming during childhood, with children who are rewarded for good behaviour with sweet treats, forming an association between sugar and feeling good.