We know that an increase in job satisfaction means an increase in productivity among employees — but how can employers actually create a company culture that fosters happiness? Fair compensation is among the most important determinants, but after that, it becomes a matter of social and emotional factors. These factors, being more subtle and nuanced than monetary rewards, might seem more complex in an employers’ eyes. Nevertheless, they are imperative for the success of an organization and the people within it. Is remote work and schedule flexibility the answer, or is it better to work closely together to nurture a sense of camaraderie and belonging? Due to the evolving nature of employee needs and workplace expectations, finding the right answer takes observation, adjustments, and open conversation.
This E-book explains:
- The value of promoting employee well-being
- How the current trends of employee unhappiness impacts organizations
- What employees need to feel good and be productive
- How to build and implement a strategic happiness plan
A workplace well-equipped for employee happiness and fulfilment will be well-equipped for the long haul.