The double-edged sword of perfectionism at work


By AGENCY

Perfectionism at work is not always a bad thing, but it is important to find the right balance according to what is required. — dpa

Just one last check before submission. Or maybe another thorough review is in order?

Completing an assignment can take forever for perfectionists.

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Mental health , stress , anxiety , workplace

   

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