Happiness isn’t just a buzzword; the things happiness allows us as humans to do is astonishing! This week Fun at Work present their latest blog looking at how happiness in your life or employee’s life can have a number of physical benefits for everyone involved.
The latest blog from Fun at Work will provide you with the key tips you an employer needs when it comes to creating an environment employees love. Maybe it’s time to make work a home away from home.
One thing that we can’t loose site of right now is how we engage with our people. How do we care for the wellbeing of our teams during the current situation?
This week’s blog from Fun At Work looks at how fitting some fun into your work schedule can massively improve your employee engagement and boost overall productivity. From human motivation, to 15-minute tea breaks, we look at them all.
Productive fun in the office can be a sure-fire way of creating engagement amongst your team and therefore boosting their overall productivity. However, believe it or not, some fun can be too much fun and The Fun Experts like to call that “silly fun”.
Keeping staff engaged and in love with their job is one of the primary reasons people stay with their company. This latest blog looks at 5 reasons staff stay.
Staff turnover can appear out of nowhere, but normally there is an underlying reason why. Our regular blog ‘The anatomy behind employee turnover’ will provide you with insight into these reasons and how you can help to combat them.
Are you oblivious to the effects of how employee engagement can make or break your organisation? Maybe you’re looking to bring the cold hard figures to the attention of your employer? The latest blog from Fun at Work is definitely an inciteful one you shouldn’t miss.
Today we live in an exciting time where the employment industry is completely diverse when you look at the age range. Did you ever stop to think that the difference in age could mean a difference in motivation? We ask, what exactly is fueling your employees?
In order to maintain a positive, productive and happy workplace culture, it is imperative that business owners acknowledge and reward their staff...
We live in a time where some business leader still choose to invest in their capital as opposed to their employees. However it’s well known employees are an organisations biggest asset.
The aim of this blog is to highlight three key principles discussed in the workshop and how all employers should make sure they address these principles.
A healthy source of competitiveness in your office and among your employees can have a positive effect on the overall productivity of your workforce? We will be informing you on how and why you should implement a small competitive culture into your offices.
Mental Health is a hot topic within organisations for a couple of years now and you need to make sure as an employer that you are addressing it. This week the Fun at Work examine how you can implement procedures to help combat mental well-being in the workplace.
This latest blog from Fun at Work will be delving into the Science behind neuroscience and employee engagement, with recommendations on what you can do armed with this information.
With 80% of the average person’s life being spent in the workplace, more than they do at home, it only makes sense for your working environment to be a fun place to go. This blog from Fun at Work gives you the ideas you need.
A happy and engaged workforce does not always mean a productive workforce and your latest blog from your Fun Experts® is about to explain why. From the positive impact of negative opinions to running your employees dry, you’re going to want to give this blog a read.
Having company values should be at the very forefront of your organisation. These values don’t only represent your company, they also represent you and your employees. We give you the lowdown and first steps in ensuring you craft the perfect company values.