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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Employee Happiness

How Can You Form a Tighter Bond With Your Coworkers?

How to Bond With Your Coworkers Seventeen percent of United States employees worked from home five or more days each week before the pandemic. But that quickly jumped to 44% as COVID-19 forced countless businesses to close their offices. 

The TINYawards are back – Tips From 30 of the Happiest Companies on Earth

The TINYawards are back for 2020! I mean, c’mon, 2020 was that year. Organizations around the globe have been put through the wringer. A pandemic, ongoing social justice movements, and a divided election have tested the resiliency of companies and their employees. 

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6 Habits of Happy, High-Performing Enterprise Teams

The secret to a happy, highly effective professional team is really no secret at all. Much of what inspires success in the workplace boils down to putting the right tools in place to enable communication and community among workers. 

The Case for Joy in the Workplace

Conventional, mercenary business practices don't prioritize employee happiness. Aaron Burnett, on the other hand, built a thriving company based on an unwavering focus on helpfulness, generosity, and joy.

10 Ways to Encourage Work-Life Balance while still Getting Results

  As a leader, it’s important that you find ways to provide employees with a healthy work-life balance while also ensuring that the company is performing well and meeting goals. In striving to help employees achieve work-life balance, you must look to strike your own sense of balance between the company’s bottom line and employee morale.

Why a 40-hour work week is key to a “work-life circle”

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently gave a fascinating interview to fellow CEO Mathias Döpfner, the CEO of publisher Axel Springer. There’s a lot of interesting revelations in the conversation: Bezos’ tendency to butcher quotes, his approach to criticism, his vision to “move all heavy industry off of Earth” (he’s really into space travel). I recommend reading the transcript. Here’s the quote that stuck out to me: “I get asked about work-life balance all the time. And my view is, that's a debilitating phrase because it implies there's a strict trade-off. And the reality is, if I am happy at home, I come into the office with tremendous energy. And if I am happy at work, I come home with tremendous energy. It actually is a circle; it's not a balance.”