What Is Emotional Labor?
FEATURED: Women's History Month • 2m 21s
Emotional labor refers to the unpaid, often invisible work that employees must do to keep other people happy. This type of work disproportionately falls on women employees, leading to burnout, decreased engagement, and lost productivity.
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