Mental Health

Hard work probably doesn't pay off. Here's why

Employees who invest more effort in their work report higher levels of stress and fatigue. Image: REUTERS/Neil Hall

Argyro Avgoustaki

Associate Professor of Management and Head of Research, ESCP Business School, London

Hans Frankort

Senior Lecturer in Strategy , University of London

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