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December 8, 2021
HR Technologies

Workplace interruptions may help people feel a sense of belonging

In those heady pre-lockdown days, the most common complaint about office life, and especially open plan office life, was the inability to get work done without distraction. Now a new paper from researchers at the University of Illinois suggests that the interruptions may have served some purpose in the way they helped people feel a sense of belonging in the workplace. The┬ástudy – Excuse me, do you have a minute? An exploration of the dark- and bright-side effects of daily work interruptions for employee well-being ┬áled by Harshad Puranik and colleagues has been published in the US based Journal of…
Workplace interruptions may help people feel a sense of belonging

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