Kaya pala!: Study show flirting with officemates reduce Stress

Kaya pala!: Study show flirting with officemates reduce Stress



So its gonna be like a healthy thing to do in the office? Since we all know stress in the office is always never ending. Or maybe this is a case of flirt but with caution.

According to a new study published Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes says positive social sexual behavior such as "light-hearted flirtation and banter" reduces stress levels. Surveys taken from workers in the U.S., Canada, and the Philippines were analyzed to come up with the solution.

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"Some flirting is happening, and it seems pretty benign," said Lea Sheppard, the first author on the paper. "Even when our study participants disliked the behavior, it still didn't reach the threshold of sexual harassment. It didn't produce higher levels of stress, so it is a very different conceptual space."

What exactly do we do with this information?

"What we found is that when flirtation is enjoyed, it can offer some benefits: it makes people feel good about themselves, which can then protect them from stressors in their lives," said Sheppard.

The study did not state if the flirtation in the office is mutual.

Folks remember flirtation and harassment can be exaggerated in such a way laws would already apply like the Sexual Harassment Law of 1995 ( RA 7877) or the “Bawal Bastos Law” (RA 11313 or the Safe Spaces Act)


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