Office stress? Workers may wait before acting out, SF State study finds

A new study from San Francisco State University shows that, when office stress increases, some employees may wait weeks or months before engaging in ‘counterproductive work behaviors’ such as taking long lunches or stealing office supplies. The research suggests that companies or other organizations need to account for this delayed response when planning for changes in employee behavior due to stress. Researchers also found that an employees’ personality can also affect their response. —> Read More Here


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