Wellness programs, free lunches, employee yoga.
There are lots of ways companies try to create a sense of happiness and well-being for employees. But what if forcing employees into being happy is actually hurting their performance and overall mental health?
According to a new book, it might be time to start rethinking how we prioritize happiness.
Instead of using it as a blanket word that applies to only a certain type of employee, organizations should look for different ways to identify happiness and engagement in a way that reaches out to the individual employee and embraces their personality.
Should happiness at work be a choice and not something that is force fed? Read this piece on Inc.com for more.
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