Workplace envy can affect everyone. This book reveals that workplace envy is an omnipresent emotion in contemporary organizations. The factors that are likely to reinforce envy in the workplace are explored in depth, along with possible solutions to prevent envy from developing in such a way that it becomes harmful to an organization.
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