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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Productivity

10 Ways Technology Can Increase Workplace Productivity

“How to be more productive” is arguably one of the most searched topics online among modern-day employees. More complex and fluid roles and increasing workloads are prompting employees throughout various industries to constantly look for productivity hacks. However, the responsibility for increasing productivity should weigh more heavily on managers and business owners, and not the employees. The tricky part is that every workplace is so different; offering clear and consistent behavioral changes, processes, and systems to increase productivity can be difficult.

How stress management can change your relationship with work

    Stress is a part of life, so naturally, it’s part of our work lives. The causes of stress - stressors - are all around us. We can’t eliminate all stressors from our careers or our workplaces, but building a stress management skill set can be the difference between burnout and job satisfaction. Learning how to manage stress is critical, because stressing about stress can take years off your life. A study of thirty thousand Americans showed that the respondents who believed stress was impacting their health had increased risk of premature death.

Use TINYpulse’s Slackbot to keep employees engaged and productive all year long

Here at TINYpulse, we use Slack every day, but that doesn’t really describe the depths of our attachment to it. We use it every hour. (Slack is one of the first things I personally check when I get in to the office and when I leave, especially because some of my coworkers are 15 hours ahead of me.)

Think Zoning Out Is a Waste of Time? It Might Actually Make You More Productive

 According to a Harvard study, we spend nearly half of our time — 47% to be exact — thinking about something other than what we’re doing at any particular moment.

The Case for Building a Distributed Team

A lot of folks have the same misconception about remote workers: They’re lazy, unmotivated people who sleep the day away and, in the rare instances they actually do any work, they’re usually in their pajamas sitting on the couch giving less than their all.