For years – really my whole career – I’ve known that people’s work makes a tremendous impact on their ability to feel safe, productive, and valued.
Apparently, it also keeps you alive.
New-breed work sites such as Google and Whole Foods recruit associates with the promise of a “work hard, play hard” culture and a work setting where relationships matter.
That approach may pay off in unexpected ways: a new study finds that employees who believe that they have the personal support of their peers at work are more likely to live a longer life.
A new research study investigates if a work environment that promotes positive relationships can influence long-term health.