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How to Support Work-Life Balance & Keep Employees Happy

Work-life balance is a concept that supports the efforts of employees to split their time and energy between work and the other essential aspects of their lives. Family, friends, education, spirituality, personal growth, and other private pursuits typically fall into this category.

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4 Tips for Maintaining Company Culture in Hybrid Workplaces

The recent shift to hybrid work models has created challenges for many companies. Lack of communication and purpose are causing remote and hybrid workers to lose morale and focus. Furthermore, younger professionals are finding it difficult to build strong connections with coworkers in the virtual space. 

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Team Building vs. Team Bonding Explained with Examples

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. 

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5 International Fun at Work Day Celebration Ideas

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.

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10 Ways to Recover Your Team from Remote Work Burnout

When employees suffer from remote work burnout, they often have trouble concentrating, being productive and creative, or are thinking of leaving the company. 

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What Is Focus Time? Helping Your Team Achieve Goals Faster

Focus time is a specific part of an employee’s day or week dedicated to uninterrupted work. 

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Retaining High Potential Employees: Can Team Building Help?

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.

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Rage Quitting: How to Prevent Employees from Quitting on the Spot

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. 

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10 Easy Tips For Staying Healthy While Working From Home

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. 

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Understanding The Impact of Change Management & Change Leadership on Productivity

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.

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5 Tips for Engaging Distributed Teams

Employing people remotely isn’t a new concept. Long before the pandemic, companies have realized that they don’t need to have a physical presence in a given location to hire local talent. Thanks to modern technologies, we can connect with people from around the world easier than ever before. 

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Laughter Yoga Health Benefits: Why Is Laughter the Best Medicine?

Happiness is contagious, and laughter is the best medicine for a good mood. That’s why every workplace should have a feel-good atmosphere. 

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Remote First Company Culture: 4 Basic Principles

With every wave of the pandemic, more companies realize that the benefits of remote work outweigh the risks. After months of balancing hybrid work models, many CEOs recognize that they can build stronger, more productive teams by allowing employees to work from home.

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Engaging & Retaining Millennials: 5 Ways to Give Them What They Need

Millennials are now the largest generation in the labor force, but notoriously the hardest to retain. They crave more gig work, career/life flexibility, challenging work environments, and constant progress in their careers. 

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10 Workplace Wellness Tips to Maintain Mental & Physical Wellness 

As we ring in 2022, there is no doubt that we are entering the year with a sense of uncertainty at the workplace. With the ebb and flow of the Coronavirus pandemic comes ever-changing workplace policies. While some companies are allowing more employees to come into the office, some have remained fully remote, and others have adopted a hybrid working model. While some aspects of work have become inconsistent, workplace wellness is the one constant that has followed us through the past 2 years. Follow our 10 tips to promote physical and mental wellness at work this year, whether you are working in person, in a hybrid environment, or remotely.

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Get Back to Giving

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an intentional choice to contribute to the well-being of society and the local community. There is no one “right” way to go about it and no one “right” answer when interpreting what it means in practice. 

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Is Working from Home Better for the Environment?

People who work from home have benefited from less commute stress, lower expenses, and better work-life balance. As a bonus, we’ve also discovered that working from home is better for the environment. 

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Employee Volunteering: 5 Mental Health Benefits of Helping Others

Giving back to others can positively impact your employees’ mental health and overall well-being. In fact, there is a direct link between volunteering and psychological and physical health. 

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How to Avoid the Great Resignation

If you read or watch the news, you’ve probably heard the term “The Great Resignation” recently. The pandemic has led to many people reflecting on their lives and reassessing what’s important to them. They are evaluating what they want from life, as well as how their job and the work they do fit into that vision. 

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Easing Holiday Prep in Uncertain Times

As we went into summer, things were starting to look up. With the number of Covid cases declining, events were being scheduled again, and workers started returning to the office. But as we make the turn into fall, things aren’t looking quite as optimistic. Events are once more being canceled, and companies are pushing off the return to the office. 

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