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Research: Workplace stress can carry over to family

2:42 PM, Jul. 11, 2013
The stress of working long hours or dealing with an unsupportive supervisor can affect workers' families, researchers say.
The stress of working long hours or dealing with an unsupportive supervisor can affect workers' families, researchers say.
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When workplace stress spills over into your personal life, your family's well-being also can suffer, new evidence suggests.

A recent conference on work, stress and health, sponsored in part by the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, included research on family-supportive workplaces and the influence of supervisors - good or bad - on employee health.

"Survey results vary, but you can find that large numbers of individuals report that work is the biggest source of stress in their life," said Michael Ford, an assistant professor of psychology at the University at ...

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