Workplace Wellness Programs:
Prevention, Recognition, Assistance.
|Blog Overview Blogger Profiles Event Calendar EmployeeWellness.ca WellnessFair.ca Workplace Wellness Info on NaturalHealthcare.ca||
Better to be bullied than ignored in the workplace: study
Workplace ostracism thought to be less harmful than bullying, but feeling excluded is significantly more likely to lead to job dissatisfaction, quitting, and health problems
From the UBC media release:
The study, Is negative attention better than no attention? The comparative effects of ostracism and harassment at work, is forthcoming in the journal Organization Science and was co-authored by Professor Jane O'Reilly, Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, Professor Jennifer Berdahl, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, and Professor Sara Banki, Graduate School of Management and Economics, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran.
Next post: A winning attitude and personal support key to success 2017-01-11 09:35:35
Other posts tagged bullying, coworker conflict, ostracism, employee engagement, resiliency, team building, workplace isolation, loyalty:
· [A winning attitude and personal support key to success] · [Toxic bosses are bad for your health and bad for your corporate reputation] · [Bullying makes men leave the labor market] · [Study identifies specific work factors that predict sleep problems] · [Mindfulness in the workplace improves employee focus, attention, behavior, new management-based research concludes] · [Managers: Beware of gender faultlines] · [Missing ingredient in energy-efficient buildings: People] · [Office jerks beware: your good ideas may not always be welcomed by colleagues] · [It pays to have an eye for emotions] · [Political correctness in diverse workplace fosters creativity] · [Job authority increases depression symptoms in women, decreases them in men]
Don't forget: there is a search box on every page!
A winning attitude and personal support key to successStudy finds ten strengths associated with high achievers, including winning attitudes and good support
Toxic bosses are bad for your health and bad for your corporate reputationBully bosses have unhappy and dissatisfied employees who seek to get even with the company, even though they do not realize it
Employers need to do more to encourage staff to switch off at homeLess than 50% of U.K. organisations surveyed provided their employees with guidance on how to switch off in their down time
Bullying makes men leave the labor marketLong-term consequences of workplace bullying on sickness absence: women generally go on prolonged sick leave or use antidepressants, men often choose to leave
Male athletes more likely to choke under pressureStudy finds women can respond better to competitive pressure than men in tennis tournaments, calls for further investigation in other real-life settings
Wellergize is a division of Natural Healthcare Canada - the Canadian reference for Complementary and Alternative Health care. © 2017 pixcode. all rights reserved.
Wellergize Workplace Wellness Programs: Prevention, Recognition, Assistance.