Workforce and Employment

Always going the extra mile at work? Stop, it's not helping you

You could be doing yourself a disservice by going above and beyond expectations at work. Image: REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Nicholas Kinnie

Professor in Human Resource Management, University of Bath

Bruce Rayton

Associate Professor in Business Economics & Strategy, University of Bath

Janet Walsh

Professor of Human Resource Management and Employment Relations, King's College London

Stephen Deery

Professor of Human Resource Management, King's College London

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