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[Employee Morale] 4 Annoying Workplace Habits to Avoid

October 13th, 2015

One of the easiest ways to keep the employee morale high in your office is to discourage annoying and common workplace habits. By making your area a pleasant and respectful place to be, your team will be likely to come to work on time, do a good job and feel more committed to the company. Here are four annoying office habits to discourage in your workplace.


[Employee Morale] 4 Annoying Workplace Habits to Avoid

  1. Leaving Problems for Others

One of the easiest ways to annoy co-workers and decrease general employee morale is to leave problems or messes for other people to solve. Drinking the last cup of coffee and failing to brew a new pot, leaving dishes around the communal sink without cleaning or rinsing them or jamming the copier and not trying to fix it all top the list of habits co-workers may commit without thinking about others. Encouraging self-reliant behavior at work is a good way to ensure your whole team is happy with their environment. Read the rest of this entry »

4 Characteristics of a Positive Work Environment

August 25th, 2015

Your team members are more likely to stay at your company if you offer a positive work environment. While everyone has bad days and sometimes may not want to come to the office, there are things you can do to make your space more inviting, fun to be in and productive. Here are four characteristics of a positive work environment your team will be proud to be a part of.


4 Characteristics of a Positive Work Environment

  1. Transparency

Open communication can go a long way in creating a positive work environment. Employees who feel information is being withheld can be less trusting and have lower engagement. Always keep team members in the loop on relevant projects and consider holding open office hours or asking for feedback often.  Read the rest of this entry »