“Happiness in the workplace has become such a hot button conversation topic end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018. Some companies have created a job specifically dedicated to it. The remit of a Chief Happiness Officer (CHO) is simple: to ensure workers are kept happy. But for a trend supposedly sweeping the workplace, the list of people who have assumed the position of CHO is rather short.
The premise of a CHO seems to be that happy workers do more and stay longer at a company, so it serves the company well to better serve its employees. The work of a CHO can range from a focus on employees’ day-to-day feelings to providing company perks, such as game nights or group outings. By building a positive “emotional culture”, a company can expect to see improvements in team behavior, group financial performance and job satisfaction, while also increasing the frequency with which workers help their colleagues and improving how well they accomplish discrete tasks.
Would you like to see your business growing?! Make sure your main company asset- employees are motivated and satisfied! “
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* DEWA made an Employee Happiness department and Al Sa’ada Street in DIFC has now been renamed Happiness Street.
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