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The case for cultivating gratitude at work

Jeremy Adam Smith, Editor, Greater Good Magazine | May 20, 2013

Why should anyone thank you for just doing your job? And why should you ever thank your coworkers for doing what they’re paid to do? These are common questions in American workplaces, often posed rhetorically—and sometimes with hostility. Elsewhere in American life, we say “thank you” to acknowledge the good things we get from other … Continue reading »