Richard Moran discusses dogs at work in the context of them being good for our health. He speculates on the ups and downs of packs of dogs roaming a workplace compared to the hypothesis that dogs and work are a good combination and could lead to a happier and more productive culture. Perhaps love from a dog could help make the job better and make you more successful.
Source: LinkedIn, January 24, 2017.
Corporate culture research almost always focuses on the boss and learning and purpose and behavior. Maybe one of the secret to a healthy and engaged culture is a dog. So, dogs at work reduce stress, help you lose weight and make new friends. What’s not to like? What kinds of dogs are best for this to happen you ask? The research pointed to dogs like terriers and retrievers for the best results. Woof, woof, woof!