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Study Shows Flirting at Work Increases Productivity

Monday, August 6th, 2012

According to studies conducted in the UK and France, employees are convinced that flirting with colleagues actually improves their productivity. The French study, done by Opinion Way, showed a marked discrepancy in perception between employees and managers, with 55% of employees finding flirting at work a productivity enhancer and a majority of managers believing that amorous relations in the workplace is deleterious to productivity. Psychologists at the Grenoble School of Management have also weighed in, claiming that the problems generated by workplace relationships of a sexual nature are much more serious than any benefits that can be obtained in the short term.

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