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Tips for a Happier Workplace

TIPS FOR A HAPPIER WO0OROKOP)LOA()C()E Promote Interaction Promote solidarity with events such as team lunches and employee birthday celebrations as these would improve the camaraderie between employees. Do Something You Love Every Single Day Avoid Office Gossip Talking behind someone's back is bad. You don't want anyone talking about you behind your back, right? So return the favour. Take a look at yourself, your skills and interests, and find something that you can enjoy do doing every day. It you something you love every single day, your current job won't seem so bad. Avoid Negativity Compliment Your Employees/Co-workers Micro-Management is a no- no Choosing to be happy at work means avoiding negative conversations, and unhappy people as much as possible. No matter how positively you feel, negative people have a profound impact on your psyche. Don't micromanage your employees! It lowers motivation, the mental health of the employee and the overall morale of the department. Compliment your coworkers/employees on their achievements personal or professional. Ask For Feedback Take a Break Ask your boss for feedback. Tell him you'd really like to hear his assessment of your work. Talk to your customers, too; if you're serving them well, their feedback is affirming. You are responsible for your own development. Allow your workers to take small breaks where they can get up, stretch, and take a break from the computer so they can refresh which will help improve their creativity and productivity Resources: work.htm balanceatwork

Tips for a Happier Workplace

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