Loneliness On The Job: Why No Employee Is An IslandKnowledge Wharton
Wharton's Sigal Barsade and Hakan Ozcelik from California State University, Sacramento, discuss their research on workplace loneliness.
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The workplace can be a curious environment. Dozens or even hundreds of employees can labor side by side for hours, spending more time with each other than with anyone else, yet they don’t feel connected. New research shows that loneliness isn’t just damaging to mental health; it can also lower job . . .
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