Study: It pays to have friends at work

12/23/2009 | Human Resource Executive

A study by the American Journal of Public Health finds employees who are friendly with their co-workers are better able to handle stress and are less likely to be depressed, Michael O'Brien writes. Companies also can help employees by providing stress-management resources and encouraging managers to listen to worker concerns, he writes.

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