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A young office personality is twice as harsh as women.
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For working people, it cannot be denied that apart from staying at home The rest of our daily life would be spent at work. And it wouldn't be too surprising if it could influence our moods and feelings. Either from work or from people at work But many people may not have noticed before, it is Working men are more moody and angry than women.

The latest research from Anglia Ruskin University, England, surveyed 2,000 office workers and 250 managerial positions, found that the workplace environment influences the emotions of employees: fun, excitement, anger. Sad to hate Or even fear The main factor affecting employee mood is not the work performed. But more often from colleagues

In addition, the results of the survey revealed that Office men are more emotional at work. Especially when the goal is not achieved. Including when offering an opinion, no one will pay attention Men are twice as likely to be upset than women. And tends to show displeasure Resulting in the opportunity to quit work because of the discomfort than women 20% however Yet one in three employees tend to keep their emotions in their hearts rather than express them. As well as wearing a mask by making a smiling face even though he was feeling dissatisfied And in the view of managers or supervisors, one in three views that expressing emotions in the workplace is a weakness. Improper

More than that is Among Gen Y workers were 91% more likely to feel sad or angry than older adults and 80% more boredom at work. Commented that The reason why many people try to be patient and not showing their emotions in the workplace is Because they are afraid of being negative. And fear that it will adversely affect the position and job duties

Although the atmosphere at work is not desirable Especially problems that arise from the person rather than the work itself But it should always be borne in mind that emotional expressions can be judged by others and affect future collaboration.


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