21 Jun Why happiness at work is so important
A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald, by Adele Horin, highlighted some research that found how poor quality jobs can affect the happiness of a whole family, not just the adults who work in them.
Apparently, parents who lack job security and control (variables that are crucial for happiness and satisfaction) are much more likely to suffer psychological distress.
Happiness at work, therefore, should be something that we all, as a society, value as it goes to the very fabric of our homes, our families and our world.
Is your organisation one in which happiness is valued?
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