Be yourself Hiding our true selves at work leads to lower job satisfaction, suggests research published in the Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology journal. Researchers from Rice University, the University of Houston and George Mason University, discovered employees are less pleased with their work situation when they choose not disclose their social identity – be that race, religion, sexual orientation or disability. Employees more engaged Employee confidence in leadership has risen in organisations across the globe, suggests a study of more...

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