What makes people want to be at work, be effective, be productive, and build relationships that go deeper than professional courtesy? Employee morale is multi-faceted and complex, but boosting morale doesn’t have to be complicated.
As a leader in your business culture, filling your break room with nutritious snacks is a smart decision for you to make. And fortunately, there are a number of healthy snacks out there that are also great-tasting and simple to stock.
This week at work, set an alarm to go off each hour as a reminder to do one of these exercises. If you make a regular practice of these recommendations, both your body and your mind will thank you for it.
With everything you need to accomplish in a day, lunch might be the only time you can squeeze in some exercise. So, here are eight (mostly equipment-free) ideas for your lunchtime workout — experiment and see which ones work best for you.
There are real business incentives to retaining employees, particularly your standout ones. But how specifically do you manage that? You do that by making your workplace so attractive that employees are eager to stay.
No one parks their mental health issues at the door of the workplace. In other cases, the workplace can actually contribute to or cause mental health problems. But there is good evidence that when workers receive appropriate treatment for mental health issues, then job-related accidents, sick days, and employee turnover decrease.
Many people focus on air quality in their homes, but you spend a large portion of your day at work. Air quality at work is equally important, and there are some unique issues found in the workplace that aren’t usually seen in the home.
Happy hour culture can have positive benefits when it comes to relationships with your team, but you may not have an interest in drinking. So, how do you bond with your teammates without saying “yes” to everything involved in happy hour culture?