Professor Harari said: 'We invest effort at work and we expect rewards in return, such as esteem and career opportunities.'For an overqualified employee, that expectation has been violated.'This is a stressful experience for employees, which leads to poor psychological wellbeing, such as negative emotions and psychological strain.'The study found workers who feel overqualified are also more likely to engage in deviant behaviour.This might include coming in late or leaving early, theft and bullying fellow workers.The researchers, from Florida Atlantic University's College of Business, said employees who believe they are over-qualified are unsatisfied with their job, uncommitted to their company and suffer psychological strain.This causes them to be angry, frustrated and unlikely to care for the job."Let's face it, [with] Mark Twitchell, we've got a narcissistic psychopath and I'm sure he'll be able to fool some woman into writing to him who will fall deeply madly in love with him. He's going to say whatever he needs to to suck any woman in that he wants to correspond with." Fazzina charges inmates per year to keep their profiles on the website.
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Scientists claim that over-qualified employees suffer high levels of stress and are also likely to damage a company with bad behaviour such as bullying or theft.
Workers who are younger, over-educated and narcissistic are most likely to feel they are over-qualified for a role, the research found.
as well as potentially a long weekend every few months if it gets there naturally." In 2011, Twitchell was convicted of the 2008 first-degree murder of Johnny Altinger.