Is it healthy for people to stay silent when so much needs fixing? “Study author Michael J Tews, associate professor of hospitality management at Penn State’s College of Health and Human Development, believes that the findings are more pertinent than ever. There’s high unemployment, a politically charged climate, increased remote work and more virtual interviews. “Throughout the whole employee selection process, it’s all about trying to figure out who you are: your abilities, what your personality characteristics are, what your values are,” says Tews. “So, when I see you, as an employer, being loud, extreme and divisive, I’m going to see you as being antagonistic versus agreeable. And that really deals with harmony in the workplace.”

Despite the extreme / devisive convenient labels Harmony and good mental health in the workplace is engendered by open communication not closing it down, what do you think?

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