Can envy at work be good for you?
Thursday, October 11, 2012/
It’s a familiar situation for many employees – that sinking feeling in the pit of the stomach when you discover that the promotion you have been vying for went to a colleague with less experience and fewer years at your company.
You’re consumed with envy, and while it would be great to end the day with a “best-man-won” handshake, it rarely goes that way.
But can jealousy be a good thing? CNN Money reports.
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