Stress e produttività

Definito spesso “l’epidemia di fine secolo”, lo stress è ormai riconosciuto come la malattia più diffusa in ambito professionale, e quindi la maggiore responsabile della riduzione delle capacità produttive in azienda, imponendo a quest'ultima costi molto alti in termini di risorse umane ed economiche. Lo stress è non solo direttamente legato ad una minore produttività derivante da un ambiente conflittuale, ma, con l’abbassamento delle difese immunitarie da esso provocato, ad un maggior numero di assenze per malattia, come dimostrano i più recenti studi in materia.

APA. Social relationships matter in job satisfaction

The secret to job satisfaction? It's not just about the work you do, but the people you do it with.

APA. Which traits predict job performance?

The most important factors in job performance - creativity, leadership, integrity, attendance and cooperation - are related to personality, not intelligence. One research camp argues that conscientiousness - being responsible, dependable, organized and persistent - is generic to success.

An organizational-level test of the happy-productive worker hypothesis

2009. It is often assumed that happy workers are also productive workers. Although this reasoning has frequently been supported at the individual level, it is still unclear what these finding simply for organizational performance

ENWHP. A guide to promoting mental health in the workplace

Mental health is important for business. In the 21st century the mental health and well-being of your employees is crucial to the success of your organisation.
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