Emotional labor can have negative impacts on your well-being. But does your experience doing it make the impact lower as you get older? Or does it wear on you as you age and over time instead? Find out in this episode! Links: Reh, Wieck, and Scheibe Article Workr Beeing Age and Emotional Labor Article Workr […]
Humor is often a seen as a good thing at work. Laughing with your team members can bring you closer together. However, there is a time where laughter (from your coworkers) is not the best medicine. Listen in to learn more! Links: Cheng, Chan, Amarnani, & Farivar (2021) Workr Beeing Article on Humor Workr Beeing […]
While love may be a taboo topic in the workplace, companionate love – or caring and compassion toward others at work – can be a real bonus! But, how can you grow a culture of companionate love in your workplace? Learn more in this new episode! Links: Barsade & O’Neill (2014) Workr Beeing Article on […]
A lot has changed in the workplace over the past year. In today’s episode, we discuss our top 5 trends for workplace wellness. Even though we learned that nothing is 100% predictable the hard way in 2020, we do see some major HR trends taking shape. Listen in to hear more and find out about our […]
We know you probably anticipate future events all of the time. Well, what about anticipating your future workload? How often do you think about when your workload will change? Listen in to learn how thinking about the future can impact today’s wellness! Links: DiStasso & Shoss (2020) Workr Beeing Future Workload Article
Many of us say that we value flexibility at work. We like to be in control of our schedules. But, who needs flexibility? Today, we discuss a new study that looks into differences in flexibility, wellness, and age. Listen in to learn more! Links: Piszczek & Pimputkar (2020) Workr Beeing Flexibility Article Workr Beeing Autonomy […]
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We are so grateful it’s 2021 – hopefully a better year than the last. Listen in as we break down our goals for this year! Hopefully we can inspire you to create sustainable goals too! Links: Patricia’s Goals Katina’s Goals 4 Keys to Sustainable Success Course – learn how to set effective and sustainable goals!
Humble leaders improve their own and their team’s well-being. But, what are the key behaviors involved in being humble at work? How can you become a humble leader or recognize humble leaders at work? Listen in to learn more! Links: Rego, Owens, Yam, et al. (2019) Article Workr Beeing Humility at Work Article Workr Beeing […]
We have unfortunate news. It is possible to catch burnout from your colleagues. Listen in to this episode to learn more about how contagious burnout is and how you can prevent catching it! Links: Meredith, Schaufeli, Struyve, Vandecandelaere, Gielen, & Kyndt (2020) Workr Beeing Millennial Burnout Article Workr Beeing WHO Burnout Classification Article Workr Beeing […]
The definition of a “workaholic” hasn’t been well-defined by scientists – until now! Take a workaholism quiz to see if you might need to cut back on your work and make more time for life! Learn how to combat workaholism if you find out you are working too much! Links: Clark, Smith, & Haynes (2020) […]
Have you felt more anxious throughout this COVID-19 crisis? Unfortunately, many of us have been dealing with a lot of anxiety and stress. New research talks about ways to cope that can help decrease the impact of this anxiety on your work, personal life, and health. Links: Trougakos, Chawla, & McCarthy (2020) Article Workr […]
Having access to money and having a higher level of education are both related to a lot of positive outcomes in life. But, how do they relate to your wellbeing during COVID? The results are not as straightforward as you might think. Learn why you might want to look out for folks across the Socioeconomic […]
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are an ongoing journey in our workplaces. Today, we talk about the concept of Office Housework and the differential impact on men and women. What can we all do to help even the playing field? Listen in for some easy tips! A quick note: this study treated gender as binary, and […]
The mission behind our show is closing the science-practice gap. What can be done to increase the public’s knowledge of – and trust in – science? In today’s episode, we partner with the Healthy Work podcast to break down the challenges with getting science into the hands of everyone! Links: Cascio & Aguinis (2008) Healthy […]
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So many of us are bombarded with emails and spend a large percentage of our work day on them. However, we are probably not spending enough time thinking through the impact of our email language. Listen in to this episode to learn about the impact of passive aggressive and rude emails and how you can […]
It might seem nice to help your coworkers when they are pregnant – and it can be! But, some help may be more harmful than you think. Learn how to tell if your help is what your pregnant coworkers really need! Links: Jones, Clair, King, Humberd, & Arena (2020) Article Workr Beeing Pregnancy and Help […]
We know that Family Supportive Supervisor Behaviors are important for employees’ well-being and work-life balance. But do employees and supervisors agree about how supportive the supervisor is? And does it matter? Listen in to this episode to find out! Links: Marescaux, Rofcanin, Las Heras, Ilies, & Bosch (2020) Article Family Supportive Supervisor Behaviors Workr Beeing […]
Many workers are now remote for the indefinite future. But, working from home can create some unique challenges for work and life. How do you create balance when your home is your office? Learn some tips from brand new research in this episode! Links: Vaziri, Casper, Wayne, & Matthews (2020) Article Work-Life Balance and Remote […]
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