Alone at Work

The Harvard Business Review recently posted an article about the Loneliness Epidemic and how organizations can work to fight it. Here is a link to the article. A Summary Loneliness is a more significant health problem than we think. People live shorter lives, abuse substances, and become depressed all because of loneliness. To emphasize the point,┬áloneliness does more damage to life expectancy than smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Yikes. Why should employers be concerned? To many, this article seems like something that psychologists and the likes should be exclusively involved with, but employers can make the difference. Most people spend more time at work thanRead More →