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Managers: Less stress when work relationships are good

Managers who enjoy a good relationship with their employees, suffer less dangerous stress at work, according to a study of nearly 3000 managers. Much research has been conducted regarding stress, but not many studies have looked specifically at stress among managers. How is life among those in the driving seat in companies and organizations? Are they more stressed than what is good for them?
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