New research led by a Michigan State University scholar refutes commonly held stereotypes that overweight workers are lazier, more emotionally unstable and harder to get along with than their "normal weight" colleagues.

With the findings, employers are urged to guard against the use of weight-based stereotypes when it comes to hiring, promoting or firing.


 


News release provided by MedicalNewsToday.com. Original news release can be found at: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/115598.php.

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