Is music at work a hit or miss?

Following last week’s report on BBC that police chiefs in the UK pay £600,000 per year to PRS so that staff can listen to music, music in the workplace has again been debated in media this week.

BBC News Magazine ran a story where they tried to understand further the effects of music in the workplace, and asked me to comment. You can read the full story by clicking on the picture below.

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Following this, local radio station BBC Ulster further discussed the topic with me on the line. You can listen to the clip here:

BBC Radio Ulster 2013

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