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A WORKWEEK – FROM AN ENERGETIC POINT OF VIEW

@inproceedings{Torp2016AW,
  title={A WORKWEEK – FROM AN ENERGETIC POINT OF VIEW},
  author={Andronicus Torp and E. C. Cipu},
  year={2016}
}
This article examines the changes and fluctuations in the energy and stress levels of employees during a workweek.By understanding how the individual energy and stress levels of an employee changes during a workweek we HR scholars may further help companies to optimise both the work schedule and the investments in the development of the employees, as well as their needs.This may result in improved individual performance, as well as, ultimately, improved company performance.The methodology of… Expand
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