By: Beau Daniels
Did you ever think getting mad at work made you less likely to quit your job? The University of Cambridge released new research shown in the Daily Mail showing those who get angry at work identify more with their job, so I’m assuming they care more about the success of the organization compared to those who are ho-hum.
Study professor Jochen Menges, had this to say about the new perception, “The study suggests that company policies that are designed to promote positive emotions or minimize negative emotions may in fact not have the intended effect. So rather than seeking to suppress certain workplace emotions, companies should instead adopt practices that seek to encourage greater organisational identification.”
Show this to your boss next time they call you out for getting mad.