Employee happiness is something that every company should strive for. Sure it brings great business benefits – improved productivity and efficiency etc – but happiness is also very important to general health.
Here’s a run down of the best articles on the web about employee happiness:
When it comes to improving your team’s levels of happiness at work, a little bit of effort can go a long way. According to a recent survey, compensation is not the top-driving factor as it relates to employee satisfaction, which might come as a surprise to many executives and HR departments.
For a startup or small business, the ability to create happiness may be even more consequential. When you have five employees, two disengaged people reflects 40 per cent of your workforce. And if your company has an end user, buyer or stakeholder you certainly don’t want that amount of staff to be unproductive.
Businesses that invest in creativity are more likely to increase employee productivity and have happier employees. Surveying more than 5,000 adults across five countries, the report found that respondents believed businesses that invest in creativity are more likely to foster innovation, have satisfied customers and be financially successful.