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Having fun individually – Part A of our 50 ways to energize workplace


“People today are looking for much more than pay. They want to be treated like human beings. That may sound obvious, but a lot of employers still do not get it” – Mitchell Thall, President, Epicure

 So, while a workplace is meant for work, adding a fun element to it will pave the way towards many new opportunities. Our 50 ways to Energize a workplace has been written to guide employees as well as executive managers to come up with ways to energize workplaces and to change the level of productivity and commitment of the employee.

This is Part A you can purchase parts B – E or the entire eBook here 





Having fun individually – Because no one can make work fun for you better than your own self!

“Fun means enjoying coming to work, smiling about being there, and most importantly, making sure that the job gets done”

A workplace is like a second home for many. Employees spend an average of 2000 hours per year at their workplaces, which accounts for a major chunk of one’s entire life. Of course, the number of hours fluctuates depending upon a variety of factors such as the type of job, position, age, to name a few.

A major reason why many small companies never make it to the top level is because they lack the required creativity element in their daily routine activities, hence lowering employee retention and productivity.

It might come as a surprise to many top executive bodies and leaders, but the fact is that without fun activities, no workplace can really produce out-of-the-box ideas. A suffocated workplace environment where everyone is busy doing work all day long, results in employees becoming narrow minded and thinking along the same lines without any uniqueness.


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