People often associate work with stress and something they endure rather than enjoy. However, it is not the only narrative. So, how do you change this narrative? How can you make sure your workplace is a happy place? The concept of happiness is not one size fits all but rather subjective. Still, the question remains the same ! Happiness in the workplace comes with the power to make a choice. When you think of happiness and work, the most common answer is to have autonomy and feel a sense of en
Every day may not be Monday, but the blues can persist throughout the week. You all must have had bad days at work where you didn’t feel like doing anything and just headed out home. It's humane to feel emotions of all kinds and not just happy. On your way into the office, you might feel drenched. Positivity, without a doubt, is an attractive trait that can benefit you in both your personal and professional life. But sometimes, you can't feel anything but negativity around you, and you don't k
Laughing does not just fill you with joy emotionally; it even makes your body feel good. In fact, laughing is fun because life is funny. Here's shouting out to all gigglers and belly laughers, for we have a day dedicated to laughter, and it is right around the corner- National Let's Laugh Day.
Emotional Employee Wellness is a crucial matter in the corporate sector today. Especially in the wake of COVID-19, emotional wellness activities are vital in offices today. Understanding this, here is our list of 15 best emotional wellness activities workers can practice in the workplace.
The outbreak of COVID-19 and its subsequent declaration as a pandemic by the World Health Organization created a sense of widespread fear among people of all the nations of the world. To curb and prevent its further spread, governments around the globe introduced many precautionary measures such as social distancing and partial or total lockdowns. While these practices and measures were implemented for public health and safety, they have caused many disruptions in our day-to-day lives. Not b
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, most companies have taken to working from home quite seriously. As the pandemic worsens, people are facing extremely difficult circumstances and have come under tremendous pressure. Thus it has become increasingly important to consider the mental health consequences of the remote workers. Concisely, there are two leading causes of mental health risks. * Isolation: Although organizations have allowed their employees to work from home but many ar