Research offers some good news
There’s some good news in the results of research conducted by an associate professor at Oregon State University. Not surprisingly, a healthy sex life at home boosts employee satisfaction and engagement at work.
The implications could turn “Not tonight dear, I have a headache” into “For sure tonight, dear, I have an important presentation tomorrow.”
The study of the sex and work habits of married employees found that those who prioritized sex at home gave themselves an advantage the next day at work, where they were more likely to immerse themselves in their tasks and enjoy their work lives. The study also found, by the way, that employees who reported suffering from work-related stress and distractions at home also reported troubles with their love lives.
Feel free to share the news of this research with your spouse. Make what you will of the results.