Social Links with Co-workers May Boost Your Psychological Health

A new study, published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Review, suggests that having social links with the co-workers can significantly influence your health.social links

Having analyzed 58 studies with more than 19,000 employed people from 15 countries, the scientists found that how strongly people identified their colleagues or organization was associated with better health and a decreased risk of burnout.

Niklas Steffens, a lead researcher from the University of Queensland, Australia, says: “These results show that both performance and health are enhanced to the extent that workplaces provide people with a sense of ‘we’ and ‘us’. Social identification contributes to both psychological and physiological health, but the health benefits are stronger for psychological health.”

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