People who were less happy with their work early in their careers were more depressed, worried and sleeping troubles, says study.
Employees carry these negative feelings home with them and stick with them the following day, ultimately wasting valuable time and productivity.
The study also found that when employees directly observed the supervisor behaving in a positive manner, the effect of ingratiation became less important.
The findings showed that Facebook lags behind the others in cultivating a culture of creativity. Microsoft employees are more innovative than those at Apple.
The researchers found that "incivility spirals" when acts of incivility lead to subsequent acts of incivility.
At least 52 per cent of women in the UK face sexual harassment at their work place and a majority admit to not reporting it, a new study released in London on Wednesday has found. A survey of 1,500 women found a third had been subjected to unwelcome jokes and a quarter experienced unwanted touching, […]
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Researchers have found that women enjoy a slight advantage over men when applying to become science teachers in France.
A study found that in-person interviews yielded better impressions for both the company and the candidate.
A research asked staff to read and assess the credibility of various policy studies. For half of the respondents, the authorship of the studies was randomly switched but the content remained the same.
Kisan Ratilal Choksey was an early bird on the stock market scene in India, and from his perch on Dalal Street, he witnessed the markets open and flourish.
Centuries ago, people were involved in doing strange jobs, some of which were so absurd, that they involved feeding cats and screaming out news to a bunch of people.
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.