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By studying twins, psychologist researches proactivity in the workplace

MANHATTAN, KANSAS -- A Kansas State University psychological sciences professor is using twin studies to understand the nature versus nurture debate of the workplace: Do genetic factors or environmental factors influence employee proactivity? His answer: The interaction between the genetic and environmental factors determines why some employees are more proactive than others. read more
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Both environmental and genetic factors influence employee proactivity, according to a recent twin study. The study also found that environmental factors are more likely determine how much money proactive employees earn, while geneti...

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