Loneliness should be as important to managers, CFOs, and CEOs as it is to therapists. Lonelier workers perform more poorly, quit more often, and feel less satisfied with their jobs — costing employers upwards of £2.5 billion ($3.5 billion U.S.) in the United Kingdom alone. The article's research not only highlights how loneliness shows up in the workplace, but also provides concrete insights for ways to tackle workplace loneliness that end up helping both your employees — and your company’s bottom line. Read more...
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