Managers fatigued by workplace fairness

Managers who are fair in the workplace are more likely to be mentally fatigued and less co-operative the next day.

Dr Russell Johnson from Michigan State University surveyed 82 managers twice daily for a few weeks and found procedural justice keeps companies productive and employees happy but causes managers to make more mistakes.

The process is fatiguing for managers partly because procedural justice means they have to follow rules that may go against their own thoughts.

Read more at Michigan State University