Study: Poor support from supervisors affects worker attitudes, health

11/11/2008 | Harvard Business Review

Workers who perceive their managers as being unsupportive tend to have worse job attitudes and health issues, such as blood pressure, heart rate and sleep quality problems, than those with more interactive bosses, according to a study. The study found that once supervisors were trained to show more support for workers' work/life issues, the workers responded, and it affected their health, satisfaction and safety.

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