If you ask a lot of successful companies to define their culture, you'll often hear something to the tune of "we work hard and play hard". Creating an enjoyable workplace is no longer something reserved solely for big tech companies in Silicon Valley. Companies around the world are making their offices a place where people get lots done while also having fun too. So how can your company start injecting more fun into each day Here are some really cool ideas here that you can steal and use at your office.
All businesses and organizations want happier employees.The problem is that too many of these companies think that higher profits are more important. However, more and more evidence is showing that employee happiness is a huge reason why companies are able to earn more and be more successful.This infographic will help you understand how important this correlation really is.
We all know how hard it can be to stay health at work. The constant supply of sugary, trans fat loaded treats sitting on the breakroom table requires too much will power to avoid. So we reached out to health experts (i.e. nutritionists, dietitians, fitness coaches, doctors, and healthy lifestyle bloggers) and asked them one question: What's your favorite healthy snacks to keep at the office (or wherever you work) and why?
When Monday morning meetings roll around, it's easy to look around the room and see a lot of unmotivated faces. One thing I believe our company does better than 95% of other companies is how well the leaders motivate the employees around them. Each Monday at noon, we hold a "Sensei Session". These company-wide meetings are a way for our CEO to give company announcements and for anyone in the company to come up and give a presentation on something they're really passionate about.
Whether you’re at an amusement park, the airport, taking a road trip or grabbing a snack from a vending machine, you don’t have to settle for junk food. In fact, it’s getting easier and easier to find quality healthful food in the most unlikely places. Here's how to eat healthy when you're on the go.
HR managers can agree that employee engagement and retention is at the top of their priority list. Every company wants to attract and keep the best talent.The problem?Many employees in today’s job market quickly feel uninspired by their work, get bored after 2 years and start job hunting for something new.