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Happy employees are more productive, research shows

A team at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School has produced evidence of what many people have long suspected – happy employees do a better job. Image: Priscilla Du Preez/Unsplash

Douglas Broom

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Effect of happiness on employee productivity. Image: Social Science Research Network

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