Many organisations aspire to be more productive yet the process of achieving this often proves complex and difficult.
Improving productivity can be particularly challenging when managing temporary workforces, a core component of service resilience and flexibility in the pandemic and beyond, yet without careful management, can have a negative impact on productivity and business growth long term.
These resources explore the link between staff happiness and productivity with tangible advice on how to empower, engage and motivate your entire workforce and harness the power of happiness.
Last Christmas (2020) was a bit of a let-down for the whole country. Another lockdown imposed, family visits cancelled, shop closures and social distancing had a disheartening affect that most likely impacted employee engagement and productivity at work.
Evidence shows that there is a direct link between staff who are happy and increased productivity and that one of the biggest impacts on staff happiness is being managed by a supportive team leader or line manager.
Company culture consists of shared attitudes, beliefs, and values. The way you treat your customers and employees reflects the type of candidates you attract. To be successful, your management team need to empower your employees by embodying your core values.
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