A survey published by Samaritans and Simpyhealth revealed that getting on well with the people you work with is the most fulfilling part of a job.
Of more than 1400 workers polled; 42 per cent felt that positive relationships helped them to feel good at work, compared to 14 per cent hitting their targets. The figures revealed that workers found having a good work / life balance was the second most common reason for feeling good at work, followed by receiving praise from and earning the trust of their boss.
Mark Day, spokesperson for Simplyhealth, said: “Positive working relationships and feeling good while at work are really important when looking at overall employee health and wellbeing. Organisations with healthy, happy employees can find they see improvements in productivity and results.”