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Global warming’s effects are beginning to show in today’s world. It is ultimately up to us to make a difference in this matter. We thought we’d share with you tips and ideas for “going green” in the office by promoting sustainability in the workplace! Remember: any little bit helps. (more…)
If you’ve ever worked in an office – be it in a virtual or in-person setting – you’ve probably heard your manager talk about “team building” and “team bonding” numerous times.
The words work and fun don’t always go hand in hand. Enjoying your work can become tricky when you feel as though you have been doing the same thing day in and day out for years. Since employees spend so much of their time at work, it is important to schedule activities and outings that help break up the monotony of the work week. International Fun at Work Day on April 1st is the perfect day to break away from the everyday office tasks and enjoy time as a team.
Since 1970, each year over 1 billion people across 190 countries unite to celebrate Earth Day and the modern environmental movement. Earth Day falls on April 22nd each year. Recently, more and more companies have begun to start green initiatives to help save the Earth and reduce their footprint. Studies show that over 71% of global greenhouse emissions contributing to global warming come specifically from 100 companies, among other negative environmental impacts. Check out these alarming statistics from Rubicon:
When employees suffer from remote work burnout, they often have trouble concentrating, being productive and creative, or are thinking of leaving the company.
Retaining high-potential employees is no easy feat. As the labor becomes even more competitive, companies are at higher risk of losing valuable talent to competitors offering higher salaries or better benefits. These are important things to consider, but your ability to retain employees often depends on how they fit into the company’s culture.
Employees quitting on the spot or “rage quitting” has been in the news a lot lately. As more people grow dissatisfied with their employers, people are walking off the job in droves.
Daily routines and consistent habits provide structure and discipline to everyday life. Having a set wake-up time, lunch, and after-work routine can help reduce stress and anxiety and increase our overall health and wellness.
If you’re wondering how this list of easy morale boosters can help you, let us explain. In a world rife with distractions and a population more easily preoccupied than ever, it’s becoming more and more difficult for companies to keep their employees’ morale and engagement strong.
Coming out of a pandemic, we all wish these past two years could have a take two. Twosday, 2/22/2022 is a hopeful numerical palindrome that holds more significance than just your average day. What’s a numerical palindrome? A number you can read the same way forwards and backward. Many people use days like this to hold a special event like a wedding, announcement, or party for an easy, lucky day to remember.
While there are many different factors that lead to a lack of productivity in the workplace, poor management is often identified as the leading cause. However, what if poor management is not the cause of lower productivity, but an improper balance of change management and leadership? Having this improper balance within an organization can hinder change, progression, and growth.
For decades now, there has been an acute issue plaguing HR workers and managers around employee and team motivation. An unmotivated employee or team can lead to decreased productivity and morale, higher turnover, and a lack of cohesion throughout the organization. There are many theories on how to best motivate employees. Some think that monetary incentives are the only way to truly motivate employees, while others believe motivation can be found through better work culture. Before we can truly understand how to motivate work teams and employees, we must first understand the different types of workplace motivators.
With the generation of tomorrow’s workforce here today, companies are turning their focus to hiring Gen Z in the workplace. These up-and-coming employees have innovative ideas and a different opinion on the modern workplace.
The first day of spring is March 20th, but depending on where you live it might be here sooner than you think! It’s never too early to get out of hibernation and start planning something to look forward to, especially after a long winter. Whether your team is remote, in-person, or anything in between there is a plethora of spring activities and ideas to bring everyone together. Get excited about the sunshine and take a look at some spring activities and ideas to plan for over the next few months:
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