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WorkHappier Profile

It’s no secret that the success of your business hinges on the performance of your employees. And nothing affects their performance more than how happy (or unhappy) they are to come to work each day.

It's more than a question.

Happy works better. 

A lot of terms get kicked around in the HR industry about the employee attitudes organizations are trying to achieve. Engagement. Commitment. Morale. Satisfaction. The truth is, employees rarely describe themselves as being “engaged.” That’s what companies are looking for. Employees just want to be happy.

Fortunately, engagement and happiness go hand in hand – and the companies that deliver happiness get engagement in return.

But how do you know if your employees are happy?

Introducing the WorkHappier ProfileSM. Part of our comprehensive employee recognition system, WorkHappier encourages employees to rate their happiness at work using a simple sliding scale. They can stop there with a quick pulse check or they can spend a few more minutes completing a confidential survey. They'll receive a personalized report that will shed some light on how their responses compare to other American workers and how they can improve (or maintain) their current state of happiness at work.

The WorkHappier Profile allows employees to check in on a regular basis and see how their happiness changes over time. It also gives managers and program stakeholders the opportunity to look at aggregated scores for specific departments or how the organization is trending as a whole.

At the end of the day (the workday, that is), just look out for your employees. And in return, they’ll create cool new products, give better customer service, collaborate more and burn out less.  

Let’s work together to help your employees work happier. 

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Never have work, personal life and health been so inextricably connected. Protecting employees’ holistic wellbeing doesn’t just reduce costs; it invigorates the employees and the business.

Employees cannot fully commit to a company they do not feel a part of. Fostering a sense of belonging within the organization, the team and the work itself is critical for employees to stay and do exceptional work.

Gone are the days of top-down leadership. The best ideas may come from employees, so listen with an open mind and use those ideas to shape the vision for the future.

People need to be part of something bigger than just a job and a paycheck. Meaning drives higher performance.

What people do today is largely motivated by where they think it will take them in the future. It's as true on the job as it was for every employee dreaming of a future career when he or she was in school. Companies that are deliberate about helping employees chart that future get those people's best work.

What a company recognizes gets repeated. Making a big deal of employees’ accomplishments ensures the victories will be multiplied.

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True empowerment is not just a place to voice ideas but having those ideas seriously considered. It’s not just being told to take a risk but being supported when the risk does not go as planned. Empowering this way will ingite inspiration.

Your best employees are eager to accomplish something incredible together. Challenge, rally and support them wholeheartedly and you’ll be struck by what they can do.

Let's work together to inspire your employees.

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