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Bringing positivity to a changing workforce: Bruce Daisley, VP at Twitter

HRD Connect speaks exclusively to Bruce Daisley, VP at Twitter about happiness in the workplace, and the main stressors at work.

Bruce Daisley, Vice President at Twitter spoke exclusively at the HRD Summit UK about the importance of happiness at work, and what companies can do to combat positivity in the workplace, in this interview he also discusses high levels of stress, and what causes this at work.

Watch our exclusive highlights interview below from the HRD Summit UK 2019.

 

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