How to Create a Positive Work Environment

Most people come to work to, well, work. Employees don’t necessarily expect their jobs to be fun 24/7. But that doesn’t mean your workforce needs to do business under a depressing cartoon rain cloud.

Here’s how to make working at your business a positive and productive experience, and why it’s worth doing so.

Why Creating a Positive Work Environment Is Important

Most employees spend more time at the office than they do with their friends and family. Having a positive experience at work is critical for their happiness. Happy employees are over 20 percent more productive than unhappy ones, and companies that are highly rated by their employees do better than the market average.

In other words, even if you aren’t as invested in your employees’ personal happiness, you do care about your business. And happy employees make a better business.

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3 thoughts on “How to Create a Positive Work Environment

  1. Not only decision making authority but actually listening to and implementing when appropriate suggestions made by the employees.

      1. True but make sure that some are implemented. You can have all of the logical reasons why an idea cannot be implemented but if you never implement any of them, the reasons are irrelevant.

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