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Happy workers perform better according to research

Posted on 18/03/2009
Dr Chris Rees

Dr Chris Rees

According to research released by Kingston University and Royal Holloway, people who have a passion for their work are happier and perform better. Dr Chris Rees from the School of Management said,

′This and other research suggests that engagement is strongly correlated with genuine opportunities for employee voice and involvement in workplace decisions. Employers clearly need to address this aspect or the danger will be that engagement strategies may be perceived as no more than empty rhetoric.′

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