Workforce and Employment

How your colleagues affect your home life (and vice versa)

Evidence shows that if you’re happy at work, you’ll be happier at home. Image: UNSPLASH/ Brooke Cagle

Yasin Rofcanin

Reader and Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management, University of Bath

Jakob Stollberger

Associate Professor of Organisational Behavior, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Mireia Las Heras

Professor of Managing People in Organisations, IESE Business School (Universidad de Navarra)

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A healthy work-life balance relies on having both valued colleagues and loving partners. Image: UNSPLASH/Jeremy Thomas

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