Productivity

Workplace Envy Hurts Productivity, Study Shows

Social psychologists say that workplace envy—experienced by more than half of employees surveyed—reduces productivity because workers withhold information and collaborate less with co-workers. Commonly-held belief is that a little workplace competition actually spurs productivity, because you want to do as well or better than your office mate. Which is it?



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