In building Environics’ new Workplace Culture practice, we’re exploring what it means to thrive at work and what employers can do to help their teams thrive. Generally speaking, the key ingredients are human connection, a sense of belonging, clear purpose and meaning, continuous learning, and recognition for contributing to good work. All the factors connected to thriving at work reflect deep human needs that exist in other areas of life as well: personal relationships, community involvement, and so on.

While the finding that women on average thrive less at work might not be surprising, we do see a pattern in the data that’s less intuitive: women who are farther along in their careers are slightly more likely than their male seniority peers to report thriving.

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By Kate