This is an image of two men in an office. The one on the left is bent over a desk crying and the one on the right has his right hand on his shoulder.

It’s My Job and I’ll Cry If I Want to: The Case for Showing Emotions in the Workplace – Entrepreneur by Amanda Slavin

Slavin addresses the value of creating a workplace where employees can show up as their whole selves – tears and all.

By creating a workplace that does not allow people to share who they are, employers are essentially ensuring widespread workforce disengagement and high turnover. I have a (somewhat) radial recommendation to overcome this massive issue: Cry at work.

Source: It’s My Job and I’ll Cry If I Want to: The Case for Showing Emotions in the Workplace – Entrepreneur

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