Unsurprisingly, the research also found that when work-related stress was brought home, it had a negative effect on a couple's sex life.
The authors of the study aren't necessarily advocating for work-sanctioned sex breaks like those recently proposed in Sweden, but rather for employers to appreciate the importance of work-life balance in cultivating a sexually active, and thus happier and more engaged workforce. As co-author Keith Leavitt is quoted in the study's press release, employers should be encouraging employees to disconnect after hours, because "making a more intentional effort to maintain a healthy sex life should be considered an issue of human sustainability, and as a result, a potential career advantage."
Suddenly, screwing your way to the top takes on a whole new (and considerably less problematic) meaning.
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