Happiness, Health, or Relationships? Managerial Practices and Employee Well-Being Tradeoffs

@article{Grant2007HappinessHO,
  title={Happiness, Health, or Relationships? Managerial Practices and Employee Well-Being Tradeoffs},
  author={Adam M. Grant and Marlys K. Christianson and R. Price},
  journal={Academy of Management Perspectives},
  year={2007},
  volume={21},
  pages={51-63}
}
Although managerial practices are often structured with the explicit goal of improving performance by increasing employee well-being, these practices frequently create tradeoffs between different dimensions of employee well-being, whereby one aspect of employee well-being improves but another aspect of employee well-being decreases. We call attention to the multi-dimensional nature of well-being and highlight the importance and prevalence of these well-being tradeoffs. Our review sheds new… Expand
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