Friday, May 4, 2012

How work boredom is the new stress... and it affects everyone from office workers to those on the Afghan frontline

It saps our motivation, stops us from performing at our best and can even leave us wishing we had more work to do - you may even be experiencing it at this very moment.

And, according to new studies, boredom in the workplace is growing, affecting everyone from the high-fliers to the drones.

This is according to Sandi Mann, a senior psychology lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire who says boredom - after anger - is the second-most commonly suppressed emotion in the workplace.

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