20 Aug Businesses benefit from positivity and happiness
That’s why University of Nebraska-Lincoln researcher Fred Luthans said it’s essential during an economic downturn for businesses to help employees build “psychological capital” — hopefulness, optimism, resiliency and happiness.
Besides being good for employees, it’s good for business, Luthans said: Research clearly shows a company whose employees have developed strong positive “psychological capital” (such as happiness at work) can be more productive and have better attitudes than firms whose workers are in a state of gloom and doom. Ten to 15 percent of a company’s performance can be accounted for by the employees’ level of positive
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