Listen to People Performance Radio Episode 57:
Thomas Britt, psychology professor at Clemson University shares insights from research studying potential limitations and downsides of employee engagement. Thomas explains that highly engaged employees tend to have much more demanding expectations from employers in terms of the resources they expect from employers. The more employees care about performance the less they tolerate work conditions that do not allow them to perform at an optimal level. Highly engaged employees even become physically more stressed when companies set them up for what they perceive to be failure.
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