'Not right now' | How HR can use the 'power of interruption' to drive employee belonging

How HR can use the 'power of interruption' to drive employee belonging

In this myGrapevine+ feature we dive into cutting edge occupational psychology research that explores:

  • The negative and positive effects of workplace intrusions on job satisfaction

  • How a sense of belonging can be instilled by interruptions from colleagues

  • What HR can take away from the findings

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