Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ensuring That You Have Happy Employees

Happy employees are those who stay during the high and low times of the company. Every employee sees their opportunity to grow, and those who are truly happy have realised this opportunity. Breeding a good mood for work in the office requires more than just mood and personality adjustments, but other things.

    1. Break The Routine

The daily grind carries a stigma that many employees dread. Waking up early, brushing one’s teeth and doing the same thing daily is tiring. One could lose interest when they do something similarly every day. Breaking the routine is the business owner’s job. Have employees unnatural break-times, especially if you are sensing stress developing in them. Gauge their moods closely and allow them to take a break to relax them from the routine.

2. Do Not Hold Them Longer than Work Hours

Some offices can be very abusive with the hours rendered by their employees. By being a good boss and letting them go off after eight hours, they will be happier because their plans go exactly as they hoped it to be. Holding employees for longer hours makes them dread the work they do, even if they love it. It also makes them feel disrespected.

3. Listen

A good leader listens, and people felt cared for when they are listened to. When management listens, they have confidence in improvement, and it is your task to ensure this development happens, or justify why the development has not materialised.