Most of us inherently know that having “choice” at work is a good thing and that it helps us to be more productive, more creative, more engaged and healthier. When we don’t have control over aspects of our work, we become stressed, we feel trapped, and our performance suffers. But, you may ask, is there any proof that this is true? I mean, maybe we have a general sense that choice is good, but are there studies that prove this out? Turns out, there are.
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