Your employees are one of your greatest assets. They execute your ideas, serve your customers, and represent the brand.
While business success is usually determined by impressive profits or a solid brand reputation, it is also defined by enthusiastic employees who find joy and meaning in their jobs. Work takes up the most time in an employee’s regular day, so it’s perfectly wise that you include the happiness and well-being of the people who work for you in your priority list. After all, happy employees are productive employees. Here are some ways on how you can value your employees: Make things fun every once in a while
Tap into your employees’ creative selves by giving them a cre
The global pandemic has brought about a lot of sudden changes in our lives, one of which is the shift to a work from home setup. While that's convenient in so many ways, it has its cons. These include the decrease in social connection, internet problems, or difficulty in sustaining performance, due to working in a living environment.
Since prolonged isolation comes with mental health effects, it’s normal to feel exhausted or unmotivated at times. Even freelancers can’t stay in the house for too long, too, hence the regular trips to coffee shops or co-working spaces (which also isn't possible at the moment because of coronavirus). With that, here are some ways on how you can stay product
Hi everyone! How are you all doing this quarantine? Hope everything is well with you and your family.
For today, I’m going to share with you some of the thousand things I’m grateful for. Then, at the end of the post, I’m going to tag a few people to do the same. It’s a blog tag! But feel free to share yours too if you feel like doing so (send me a link). Anyway, let’s start.
The gift of life
I am so happy and thankful for the gift of life. I’m breathing, I’m healthy, and I have the energy to do all the things that I love (like writing this post). While life hasn’t always been great to me at times, it has always been worth living. There is so much to love about life, and I’m sure you k