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Dementia Caregiver Stress

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Dementia Caregiver: Top Five T...

Are you a dementia caregiver? Reading this blog may assist you in caring for your family member or adored one suffering from dementia.   The fact is: caring for someone with dementia is not easy. At a point, it might make you feel quite exhausting. To subdue those situations, you need to learn more about […]

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Long Term Care for Dementia

If you have a loved one with dementia and you’re caring for them, it’s important for you to understand options for long term care for dementia. Remember that you also need to carefully evaluate the quality and service of care. Here’s help for you on how and what to know about long term dementia care. […]

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Happiness at Workplace

Mental Health

Happy workplaces bring about huge advantages, not just for the people but also for the organizations. Yes, you read it right! Research shows that employees at happy workplaces are more successful and productive in their jobs. Do you know according to this survey it is believed that happy salespeople sell about 37% more products and have a fewer number of sick days, and moreover 12% of them are more productive and in turn stay longer in their jobs?

But, with this truth also lay a sad reality – that not every employee in any company is happy. Yes, there are employees who stay disgruntled or unsettled or might be even frustrated with their work or the workplace. But, it may be because they don’t like to disappoint their manager, so do not open up about their unhappiness. What do you think or call for this cause of unhappy employees and unhappy workplaces at the offices? Well, my answer to this question is undoubtedly the stress, anxiety, poor coping skills, and of all the above the emotional ill-health within the organization.

Yes, emotional well-being at the workplace is very important for the employee and the company as well to benefit. If you are stressed, then no doubt that you will definitely lose your peace of mind which would, in turn, affect your work. Hence, happiness at work is like a productivity booster, here are the reasons-

 

  • Happy employees work better with others- They are fun to be around and accordingly have better interactions at work. They bring about excellent teamwork and hence more satisfied customers.
  • Happiness at workplace increases creativity– If the productivity of employee depends on his capability of coming up with new ideas, then it is obvious to maintain a happy mood at work.
  • Workplace happiness brings optimism– Research studies show that happy employees are more optimistic towards things, and have a positive outlook towards success and productivity. Hence maintaining happiness at work is a must for success.
  • Happy employees get sick very less often– In any company, getting sick is a productivity killer. If an employee is not happy with his work or workplace it is for sure he will meet with workplace stress, mental illnesses, and burnouts.
  • Happiness at workplace brings about better decision making skills– Happy employees make better and more informed decisions and also are better way good at prioritizing their work.

 

In a simple way, we can tell that happiness at the workplace is the best measure for success or it can be said that happiness and productivity are like vice-versa, but whereas the link from the happiness to productivity will be stronger.

How to Switch your Happiness at Workplace?

What do you think you can do to maintain happiness at the workplace? Here are few points of happiness mantras for you to evaluate and improve your happiness quotient at the workplace. Here you go-

 

  • Make an action plan and work on it.
  • Keep yourself motivated and engaged because of performance evaluations and recognition programs along with benefits packages, social support foster engagement.
  • Try listening to music to avoid outside disruptions towards work.
  • Take breaks and relax now and then to keep your mind peaceful.
  • Make sure you use adjustable desks and chairs and see that your joints aren’t overloaded.
  • Build your energy and enthusiasm towards your tasks, and try to maintain the organizational morale.
  • Try to build extreme resilience
  • Maintain healthy eating and drinking habits
  • Actively participate in sporting activities.

 

Now it’s the time to move on towards a stress-free and emotional well-being towards your work-life. Still, if you or any of your loved one is still facing a stress and mental well-being crisis at work, please call us @+91-96111 94949 or visit at www.cadabams.org to talk to our counselors and psychologists for help.

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