Relationships with colleagues top factor in workplace well-being: Study

‘The only way humans made it to where we are today 
is by having highly functional tribal relationships,’ says expert
By Marcel Vander Wier
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 07/04/2019
Relationships
Relationships ranked as the highest contributing aspect of workplace well-being in a global study. fizkes/Shutterstock

Relationships are the leading contributor to workplace well-being, according to the findings of a three-year study by Myers-Briggs.

Relationships ranked as the highest contributing aspect of workplace well-being — which is more than simply feelings of happiness, according to the study.

Relationships ranked at 7.85 out of 10, followed by meaning (7.69), accomplishments (7.66), engagement (7.43) and positive emotions (7.19) — all of which collectively form well-being.