What makes for a happy, productive worker?
It could be a good sex life.
At least that's the suggestion of a new study that included 159 married employees who were surveyed daily for two weeks. Those who had sex were in a better mood at work the next day, which led to higher levels of work engagement and job satisfaction.
The beneficial effects that sex had on work were equally strong for men and women and lasted for at least 24 hours.Read the whole article
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