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How to Keep Your Employees in High Spirits, At the Office A happy work environment results in maximum productivity at the workplace

By Rahul R

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When you set up your own office, and recruit a team or teams, it is vital to esnure that the team stays happy throughout. If you are a first-time entrepreneur with an office to boast of, you should master the art of ensuring that there is a healthy competition among your subordinates whilst keeping them happy and in optimal spirits.

Check out below effective ways through which you could ensure both happiness and motivation within your employees:


Make work life hassle-free for your employees

Ensure that you guide your employees aptly and optimally, through all work projects; never shout at them for anything; instead master the art of cleverly getting work done from your co-workers.


Let employees avail paid leaves even under tough circumstances

Offer paid leaves to employees, irrespective of whether they are eligible for it or not. This is applicable to situations wherein the most important occasions of life are to be celebrated with family.


Ensure unbiased work flow to subordinates

Always take care to have an equality policy with respect to organizing and dividing work amongst your subordinates. Never dump work without consulting the team of your subordinates.


Always celebrate and reward

Celebrate successes irrespective of the size, always reward yoru employees equally for milestones achieved. This goes a long way in motivating to work productively and happily.


Encourage non-office ventures

Let your employees devote time to their outside office pursuits as well. Do not display rigidity here. This approach potentially makes employees happy, and in turn productive.

Rahul R

Former Staff

Rahul R is a media professional with over 6 years of experience. Prior to Entrepreneur India, Rahul was a Senior Technical Journalist at EFY digital magazine. 
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