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Nelson Mullins
over 6 months ago

6 Awesome Signs of a Stress-Free Workplace

Do you want to work in a stress-free workplace? Check out the signs of a happy work setting through this infographic from Resume Professional Writers.

  1. Positive Ambience A happy workplace exudes positive energy. Instead of showing off their grumpy faces, staff in these companies chat and laugh while they work.

  2. Clear Communication In a stress-free workplace, communication is free-flowing. Everybody is open and willing to share important details. Above all, they know what goes on the work front.

  3. Low Staff Turnover Employees who love their workplace will never think of leaving it. They are happy with their working time and the company’s management system.

  4. Opportunities to Grow Besides offering opportunities to advance and grow, employers in a happy workplace support and push their worker’s creative capacity. Managers in such firms instill leadership skills in their staffs by delegating vital tasks, leveraging their talents, and seeking their inputs.

  5. Supportive Colleagues Employees in a stress-free workplace are happy when new people join their team. When somebody applies for a promotion, both the team leaders and the group support the decision.

  6. No Gossiping Employers and employees working in a happy workplace hate gossiping. They prefer openly discussing their views with their peers to talking behind their colleagues’ back.

Stress-Free Workplace Statistics You Should Know – A stress-free workplace makes employers take 10 times fewer sick days than unhappy, stressed bosses. – Stress-free workers are 12 percent more productive. – The brain works much better when workers are positive. – Salespeople in a stress-free workplace produce 37 percent greater sales. – Stress-free firms with happy workers outdo the competition by 20 percent. #motivation #anxiety #advice #stress #careeradvice #stressful

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Margarita Marcano
4 months ago

Being grateful for today.

It's Monday! First day of the week an time to grab the wheel! But first ! I want to say thank you God for letting me see light today with my kids. Now I need light to the right path for work around 4 kids. #stress #advice #jobsearch

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Crystal Burchett
4 months ago

Life is rough

I can’t win for losing!! No help!!! Single mom #stress #jobsearch depressed #help #wordsofadvice #motivation #lost

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Joseph Alcala
4 months ago

Look for what makes you Happy

Find the right job with the market rearranging its self people should look for the one that suites them and not just because that the only job out there. Work is something you can take pride in and be able to like it is what you do. Be Happy. Remember if you take pride in your work You gotta like what your doing Others will take notice and that's a good thing.# Helping Others #networking #wordsofadvice #advice #motivation #inspiration #experience #stress #employmentopportunities #hiring

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Ginger Chesnutt ardelean
4 months ago

Looking for to work again. I'm also good at computers . Planning to get a computer myself so this is easier to work on . Using my phone for now. #stress #advice #onlinejobs #technology

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Kevin Johnson
over 6 months ago

A-social...B+ student

Set goals at 8 years old. Still pursuing. Boss man says relax. Work-a-holics not so anonymous. Just me. What do I do now? NO moon and New York City. Start with the pressures I guess.

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Klara Eskander
over 6 months ago

SLEEP

I want to sleep. I have a lot of stress and I can not sleep of the stress but I am tired :(

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Sara Cody
over 6 months ago

Exhausted

Being a new mother and trying to work is so tiring. any tips?

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Christina Paskie
over 6 months ago

Stressed

I have applied for every job that I know of in Dickson and within a 25 mile radius. If I don't get a job soon I will have to make the decision to relocate to a better area where there are more jobs available. I don't know what else to do. I net work with goodwill and I am online everyday checking out any jobs I may have passed up. I spend 4-6 hours sometimes more a day doing applications and assessments.

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Todd Flanagan
over 6 months ago

The Daily Commute is Killing Me!

I commute 55 miles to and from work everyday which translates to about 75 mins each way; on a good day. Over the years, the roughly two plus hour commute and time spent in a sedentary position in front of the computer all day at work have taken tremendous toll on my health and home life. I’ve put on 20lbs, develop hypertension symptoms, and depression. I’ve tied every kind of diet and exercise plan available to help me get my weight under control with no success. My last visit to the doctor ended with a new prescription med to control my cholesterol. I’m always too exhausted or stressed to play with my 2 year old daughter when I get home and on the weekends.

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