Organizations out of step with workers in the digital workplace era

Is your workplace making the most of today’s technology? In an article for Workplace Insight, Mark Eltringham writes that organizations appear to be slightly out of step with the digital era, according to a new study of their behavior by Oxford Economics and Citrix. Eltringham writes, “The research, published in a report called Building the[…]

Deconstructing workplace happiness

In today’s fast-paced, success-orientated world, businesses often overlook employee satisfaction and office culture when trying to grow their business. In an article for Onrec, Phil Sheridan writes that happy employees are more than just a nice-to-have, they are critical to the productivity and profitability of every company around the world. Sheridan says, “As organisations discover[…]

Laugh out loudly at the workplace in order to become more productive and professional

Penned down by Marco Sampietro, a professor at the SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy, Humour at the Workplace presents a well-researched take on the importance of taking it easy in a formal setup. Bulbul Sharma reviews the book for the Sunday Guardian, finding each chapter of the book dedicated to a coherent and systematic analysis of[…]

Make generational differences a positive in workplace through collaboration

Employers should avoid making assumptions about generational differences in their workforce and give members of different generations more chances to work together on projects to build collaboration. Wayne Heilman writes for the Colorado Springs Gazette that speaker Bridget Morris, of the Denver-based Mountain States Employers Council, spoke to at an employment law conference in Colorado Springs[…]

Study: Autonomy in the workplace has positive effects

In an article for Phys.Org, Rebecca Hume writes that new research into workplace culture has found that employees with higher levels of autonomy in their work reported positive effects on their overall well-being and higher levels of job satisfaction. Hume writes, “Researchers at the University of Birmingham, Business School examined changes in reported well-being relative[…]