Almost a third of UK workers believe their productivity has suffered as a result of work-related stress and 44 per cent claim their motivation has suffered, and one in four thinks stress has held them back in their career.
Bosses are mistaken if they think an indoor gym and unlimited free food will boost worker experience. Though they are certainly office gimmicks to appreciate, they are not the real answer to maintaining happiness.
If life begins at 40, workplace dissatisfaction begins at 35 – the age that has been linked to a decline in job happiness.
A new study has assessed how British employees feel about their jobs, resulting in a nationwide workplace happiness breakdown.
Whether it’s a pay rise, bonus or profit share, when you think “employee reward”, money is often the first thing that comes to mind.
If you want to create the ultimate workplace then there are a few things you’ll need to take into account – as is suggested in this infographic.
The promise of SaaS is to provide great flexibility to the customer, but that flexibility means it’s easy for a company to switch providers. Churn therefore is a significant issue and SaaS providers need to balance the cost of attracting a new customer against the cost of how to keep existing customers happy.
Whether you are a large enterprise with offices around the globe, or a small, local business serving your community, it is essential to create happiness.
Those working in the human resources sector (HR) have been found to take the highest number of sick days due to unhappiness at work, new research has found.
With the amount of disgruntled employees in the UK on the rise, it’s worth thinking of ways to get staff happiness back on track.
Hugging your boss on "National Hug Your Boss Day" might not be at the top of everyone’s to-do list, but Michael Jenkins, chief executive of Roffey Park Institute, argues it's a good opportunity to reflect on how compassionate your workplace is.
Despite the recent enthusiasm for wellness initiatives, UK bosses have been dubbed strict by their staff, with 54.6 per cent feeling there is now less tolerance at work.