Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2102.05737

Jan. 28, 2022, 2:11 a.m. | Xuan Lu, Wei Ai, Zhenpeng Chen, Yanbin Cao, Qiaozhu Mei

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Emotions at work have long been identified as critical signals of work
motivations, status, and attitudes, and as predictors of various work-related
outcomes. When more and more employees work remotely, these emotional signals
of workers become harder to observe through daily, face-to-face communications.


The use of online platforms to communicate and collaborate at work provides
an alternative channel to monitor the emotions of workers. This paper studies
how emojis, as non-verbal cues in online communications, can be used for such …

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