A research by a UI graduate fellow shows bad behavior at work place leads to insomnia.
By Aadit Tambe
Counterproductive behavior at work may lead to disturbances in sleep, according to a new study from the Univerity of Iowa Tippie College of Business.
“We are looking at the consequences of doing something bad at work and how doing something bad influences sleep quality,” researcher Zhenyu Yuan said.
Counterproductive behavior may include any action that could harm...