Why is Happiness At Work So Important?
Happiness fuels success
Lyubomirsky, King & Diener (2005) found that people who experience positive emotions at work engage in constructive behaviours that are not part of their job descriptions, show higher job performance, and are less likely to experience burnout or engage in counterproductive behaviors.
A happy workforce doesn’t just mean higher productivity, it also helps foster retention and fights the churn of turnover. Hays (2017) found 47 percent of people looking for a new position are doing so because of poor work culture at their current job.
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