5 Tips To Improve Workplace Morale

Employee Happiness

Happy employees are 12 percent more productive according to Professor Andrew Oswald’s study at Warwick’s Business School.

But you can’t expect your staff to be extremely happy with their work always. They might sometimes feel that their work isn’t that fulfilling. If you feel that your employees aren’t being as productive as they can be, try our simple tips which can boost their morale at workplace.

  1. Recognize Individual Employees

Tell your employees when you like what they do. A simple thank you can mean a lot. Talk about their individual achievements in staff meetings. This doesn’t mean you can’t say anything negative to them. Negative feedback can also be passed on, but privately.

  1. Train Them To Be Positive

Investing in training both existing and new employees is vital. It is a simple solution to boost productivity and workplace morale. Train your employees by showing them inspiring videos and motivate them at work place.

  1. Break The Routine

Breaking out of daily routine can be a powerful way to unlock creative ideas.  Deviate from your daily routine once in a while; this stimulates new thinking and breaks bad habits in your employees. Giving up control once in a while creates space for innovation.

  1. Know Their Opinions

It boosts the morale of the employees when they know that their opinions are valued. Everyone wants to feel like a part of something genuine in an organization. So talk to them often and ask for their opinions on various things.

  1. Keep Calm And Engage

Who doesn’t want to be a part of an organization which is fun? Employee engagement activities are always fun.  These fun activities foster team spirit in your employees and get your employees enjoy their time at work. Here are few activities that can help you engage your employees – Creative Team Building Activities


 

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