By Les Kertay
The best employees love their jobs, consistently give all they can, have good relationships with co-workers, find their work meaningful and leave work each day with a sense of accomplishment.
Too bad there aren’t more workers like that. In fact, most employees feel stressed, doubtful about job security and less invested in their companies and careers. You can and should do something about it.
The happiness of your organization’s employees is an important driver of workplace productivity. A recent Healthways Gallup Well-Being Index study showed a direct connection between well-being and employee performance. Employees with low “well-being” were seven times more likely to be absent from work, twice as likely to give themselves low performance ratings and seven times more likely to look for a new job.
The ‘happy worker prescription’
A positive (register to read more)can reverse negative trends and actually promote h...