The Importance of Happiness In The Workplace

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We all know how important it is to make life decisions based around our happiness. For most of us, we work towards goals that will help us achieve what we want to achieve and go for the opportunities that will benefit our lives. There is no denying that we spend the majority of time working, 5 days a week, 9 till 5. Due to spending so much time in the workplace, it can become very easy to get caught up in mundane and clerical routines. This is where the downward spiral appears.

More recently than ever, it has come to light as to just how much happiness can have an impact on your work ethic. This infographic, which has been provided by Cezanne HR software, takes you through all the facts, stats, and inspiration based on employee happiness. It’s incredible to see just how much a business can benefit from taking care of its employees. In fact, Fortunes “100 best companies to work for” all enjoyed an increase in stock prices, proving that respectable companies receive very respectable rewards.

There are so many ways that you can implement happiness into a workplace, but a few of the most important ones include:

  • Acknowledging the progress that you’ve made throughout the day
  • Interacting with people at work. Having friends at work will help the environment feel a little less like work
  • Rewarding yourself after productive days
  • Maintaining a positive and ‘can-do’ mindset

With the four main keys to happiness being companionships, generosity, freedom, and trust, it is very easy to base daily activities around improving these points and creating the best environment possible. Quite frankly, this applies to daily life and work life.

So, why is happiness so important? This is why….

A positive mindset benefits your productivity, mental health and overall life satisfaction. Hundreds of studies have been carried out to prove this, and this infographic has put all the findings together so you don’t have to search high and low for the results. These results should become your new best friend, especially if you are looking for ways to improve your workforce and, maybe, even see your very own raise in stock prices.

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Brenda Stokes Barron is a freelance writer and blogger for hire. When she's not hunched over her laptop, she's spending time with her family and two crazy cats. Keep up with her antics (which often include trips to Starbucks) on all the usual social network places.
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