Tag: “Workplace”

Personal Productivity

What is wellness

The Link Between Personal Wellness and Productivity at Work

Zombies, the fictional undead that wander in search of nutrition and purpose may not be so far off from reality and may as well be depicting a specie we recognize close to us. If you were to look around and observe the actions of an everyday man during his work routine you will be surprised to recognize zombie-like traits in him. Sleep-deprived, over-caffeinated, stressed and restlessly bobbling from one task to another to get through the day without a sense of purpose or well-being is the general description of your modern-day man. Time to reflect or even simply spare a thought on emotions appears to be a luxury since the pressure of the daily mundane routine seems to over-weigh all notions of self-analysis or self-evaluation. The lack of any genuine feeling and an aimless struggle to acquire unachievable goals that substantiate the idea of achievement and satisfaction makes for a rather hollow life and leads to absence of wellness.

Personal Productivity

Workplace productivity happiness

8 Factors That Determine Workplace Happiness and Productivity

Most employers seem to think that money is the most important factor in job satisfaction. After all, people work to earn a living and a competitive salary does seem like a reasonable exchange for their services. However, there’s more to work than just money. There are different factors that play into workplace happiness and productivity.

Business Productivity

Collaborating remote team

6 Rules for Successfully Collaborating With a Remote Team

Working remotely can be an empowering experience. Whether you’re starting a remote job or your workplace is now transitioning to working from home, there are steps you can take for successfully collaborating with a remote team.

Personal Productivity

Succesful workplaces

How Do Successful Workplaces Look Like

A successful workplace is not only highly profitable, but it is a place where employees find job satisfaction and hence a low turnover rate. Its unique incentives and culture strategically place it at a place where it attracts the best talents. Besides driving productivity, employer-employee trust and engagement are actively nurtured. Truth be told, employees’ satisfaction level determines how successful a workplace is; the happier they are, the higher the success rate. The following describes how a successful workplace looks like.

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