Oops!… We’ve Kidnapped Your Boss (Again!)

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SpyGame: Remote Edition Remote work does have its challenges. For instance, how can organizations keep their employees engaged and connected? How can management teams keep their teams inspired and motivated? AdVenture Games has found a fun and adventurous way to keep your workforce and workflow on the positive end of the virtual world spectrum —… Read more »

Staying Productive When Working from Home: COVID-19

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With more and more people working from home due to coronavirus, we can all use some helpful suggestions to stay motivated and productive. Let’s face it. Working from home poses a variety of challenges, especially if we’re self-quarantined. Whether we’re trying to get our work done with a full household or we’re in a small… Read more »

Spring Cleaning the Office: Freshen Up the Workplace

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Spring has sprung! For many households, it means it’s time to open up the windows, start dusting, organizing, and cleaning up — the same rings true for the office. And while spring cleaning the office doesn’t exactly fire up employees, doing so can affect productivity. Bring spring cleaning to the office and freshen up the… Read more »

How to Work with Each Type of Knowledge Workers

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There are many ways to define knowledge workers, and depending on the line of work you’re in, they can take on different roles. But, to put it in a nutshell, a knowledge worker is someone whose line of work requires one to “think for a living”. Now, this doesn’t mean that other types of workers… Read more »

How Businesses Can Benefit From Age Diversity

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Age diversity is an essential part of any business. Today’s workforce includes a diverse range of genders, ethnicities, and generations. In fact, in today’s workforce, there are at least five generations represented. From the Silent Generation to Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z, all these groups are active in the workplace in one… Read more »

Hidden benefits of team building activities

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It’s no secret that team building activities leave a positive impact on your organization. You probably already know that a successful team building activity can improve productivity and motivate employees. Of course, improving productivity is one of the most common goals leaders expect from taking part in these activities. Team building activities are beneficial in… Read more »

How to Create a Less Stressful Workplace in 2020

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Stress can do lots of damage to both the body and mind. Business owners know how important it is to keep their employees happy. When there’s too much stress in the workplace, it takes its toll on productivity. It also affects the overall health of both the employee and the office environment. After all, when… Read more »

Good Behavior and Community Spirit at the Office

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Whether you’re opening the door for a stranger or organizing team members at the office so that they can become more involved with the local community, it feels good to do good. Let’s face it; positivity breeds positive outcomes. Great team leaders can encourage their teammates and even their fellow building occupants to embrace good… Read more »

Christmas Parties and Team-Building Days

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Christmas office parties can be the perfect time to bring back memories of some of the team-building days employees have shared. It’s also a great setting where your co-workers will thank you for getting them involved and enabling them to tap into talents they may not have thought they had. Besides team-building activities, holiday parties… Read more »

How do I bring new employees into our company culture?

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Do you remember your first day in the office? It was probably a little stressful and perhaps a bit uncomfortable too. After all, you were walking into an environment where work friendships and common bonds were shared. And then there’s that feeling that all eyes are on you. Yes, every office has its own vibe,… Read more »