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Showing Emotion at Work Can Be Good for Productivity

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A recent study by University of Arizona professors says that not expressing your true feelings while at work may make you less productive. Looking at more than 2,500 full-time employees, the researchers found four distinct categories of workers: deep actors, non-actors, low actors and regulators.

The results suggest that certain employees are driven to regulate their emotions (deep actors), while others are more driven by how others may react (regulators). Non-actors and deep actors may incur more emotional benefit, but deep actors alone will experience more trust from their coworkers, as well as more offers to help and provide assistance.

The Arizona 100 reports

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