Resilience is good for your health and career

A recent review of more than a decade of studies, led by researchers at the University of Nebraska and published in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, found resilience training in the workplace can help improve employees’ mental health and subjective well-being, and offer wider benefits in social functioning and performance. They’re more productive, less likely to have high health-care costs and less often absent from work. Wall Street Journal looks at the results of programs designed to help employees become more resilient.

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Resilience is good for your health and career

A recent review of more than a decade of studies, led by researchers at the University of Nebraska and published in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, found resilience training in the workplace can help improve employees’ mental health and subjective well-being, and offer wider benefits in social functioning and performance. They’re more productive, less likely to have high health-care costs and less often absent from work. Wall Street Journal looks at the results of programs designed to help employees become more resilient.

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