Employees who sing together may succeed together, according to a new study. Researchers found that singing in a workplace choir was associated with a 96% reduction in work-related stress and an 86% decrease in feelings of social isolation. Study co-author Joanna Foster said, “Organizations should seriously consider encouraging their staff to regularly participate in singing groups….” It is fun and costs nothing or little, she said, and it contributes to improved well-being, engagement, and possibly job performance. Other studies have found that group singing is related to improved physical and mental health as well. Read the full article.