5 reasons for a happiness management in your company

Implementing a management of happiness in the company goes beyond the simple “create good vibes”. Happy companies bring multiple benefits to people who are part of them, but this relationship also occurs in reverse: a happy worker contributes more to the company , so that in the end they all win.

There are many reasons to start now! to make a management of happiness in the company . To cheer you up, let’s see five of them. Do not miss them!

5 reasons for the management of happiness

1) Encourage commitment and productivity

The happy workers are those who have found a meaning and a usefulness in their work that go far beyond charging at the end of the month. Therefore, they are committed to doing it every day as well as possible.

In the same way, a management of happiness in the company gives rise to more productive employees, since they have high levels of motivation to meet their goals. This is reinforced especially if the work is organized by objectives and not by hours employed.

 

2) Reduce absenteeism and job rotation

When a person is happy in his work, he does not feel like changing, unless it is a cause of force majeure. Therefore, a company management based on happiness fosters loyalty and reduces the costs of hiring and training new employees.

Even more: a happy company is also more effective when it comes to recruiting new talent, since its own employees will speak well of it and attract other people.

 

3) Improve the health of the team

The work has a great impact on our emotional health , since it is the place where we spend more hours a day and to which we dedicate more energy. Having a job that makes us and good relationships with colleagues has a great positive effect on the levels of stress, anxiety and depression and, consequently, on all the diseases associated with them.

 

4) Avoid the bad rolls

Another “side effect” of a management based on happiness is to reduce the amount of gossip and bad rolls in the company. Happy workers discard toxic habits such as comparing themselves with others or speaking ill of them. Instead, they focus on their goals and collaborate with peers to achieve common goals, resulting in a truly enriching work environment.

 

5) Make the company a home

It sounds cliché, but it’s true: in many ways, work does not stop being like our second home. And just like at home, it is essential that we feel at ease and be able to be ourselves when we are in it.

If the management of the company favors a welcoming environment, companionship and personal fulfillment but without unnecessary stress, the bosses and employees will feel at home and will be willing to give their best.

Mordan Sean

General Director of SkWebDesingingSolution; leading logo design services provider. He has more than 15 years of experience in the online world. He is an engineer and completed a Entrepreneurship program at MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2012 he was named one of the 20 most influential entrepreneurs in Spain, under 40, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012 and IESE.