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To incentivise people to come back to the office voluntarily, companies must demonstrate to their employees what they were missing out on while working from home. It is absolutely essential for management to promote employee engagement and give their teams a wholesome working experience.
In today’s society, many companies still see happiness as an intangible, a “nice to have” rather than making it a priority. Employers can actively cultivate an environment that contributes to employees’ feeling happy at work. Although you can’t force your employees to be happy or control all the factors that contribute to happiness- you still have the ability to promote positivity at work. As a result, this will play a significant role in work quality and productivity to answer the question, happiness at work - is it necessary?
Working remotely and having an officeless company is now easier than ever, and more and more people are sick of 9 to 5 workdays and seeking flexible options. Working from home is not for everyone, though, and whether you chose that to spend more time with family, skip a lengthy commute or find more autonomy, sometimes you might feel isolated, left out and disconnected from the rest of your team. Here are some tips for helping you feel in touch.
With the holidays soon approaching, managing tight schedules and busy arrangements become extremely difficult. Here are 5 tips to beat the holiday blues this season. As a business, it’s important to keep up productivity throughout the holidays. But this becomes harder as less staff are involved in business operations and decision making. Not to mention the presence of “vacation brain fog.” Here’s what you can do!