Tony Schwarz and Christine Porath
Why You Hate Work
The New York Times, 2014
Work doesn’t have to be drudgery. Find out how you can reinvigorate your employees and grow your business.
Overworked and unrefreshed, employees today are in danger of burnout. New technologies encourage workers to work long after they leave the office. Productivity suffers. Morale suffers. To counter these negative effects, business experts Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath explain how engaging employees helps boost moods, fuel productivity and rake in profits. Many business leaders may think they already understand this concept, but Schwartz and Porath challenge them to put their thoughts into action. getAbstract recommends this useful essay to supervisors and managers sensing employee burnout.
About the Authors
Tony Schwartz is The Energy Project’s chief executive. Christine Porath is a business professor at Georgetown University.
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