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The effects of workplace leisure behavior on work-related behavior

  title={The effects of workplace leisure behavior on work-related behavior},
  author={Angela R. Lebbon and Dene T. Hurley},
Recent survey research suggests that workplace leisure behavior can improve employee motivation without detrimental effects on work. This study examined the effects of workplace leisure behavior with 6 participants who transcribed articles in a simulated office setting over the course of 2-5 weeks. Data were analyzed with descriptive and inferential statistics. Results show workplace leisure behavior had a significant negative correlation with productivity when leisure levels were greater than… Expand

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