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“Humour is a workplace essential” says Christine Laurens… “numerous studies have shown that, far from wasting time and destroying productivity, humour also makes good business sense…For a start, it encourages us to collaborate, provides motivation and can help prevent burnout. Research also shows that it’s a sign of a successful leader: when used effectively, it signals confidence, competence and high status. What’s more, in workplaces where humour is shared openly, the culture tends to be one that encourages people to be themselves, and the result is a more loyal and productive workforce.”

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