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How to cope with boredom at work place

Updated on July 18, 2014
boredom aids frustration
boredom aids frustration

Is your work becoming too monotonous?

Self motivation and negotiating for newer tasks are vital keys to reignite passion at our work place is suggested by the experts.it is well know fact that repetition of same kind of work day after day makes our life monotonous and leads to boredom .its the responsibility of the organisation as well as the individual to bring some changes to make amiable to the working class .

At individual level its is important that we revise one's role periodically and keep a check on making our job innovative and expand it .Instances of business growth and organization restructuring provides oneself with opportunities to break through the ice of monotony .the first step to break the ice is as such, professionally who have already acquired skill to perform a particular role effectively and have demonstrated strong performance need to be moved newer or different environment so that they can develop all round skill and groom themselves into best professionals.though it is not possible for a company to allot higher roles instead a company need to use the potentials of a person to its full extent and exploit them and let them bring benfit to the company ,their abilities will be rewarded no doubt , he needs to improve for himself and in the long run he is also becoming innovative and motivating .Especially when their is ongoing slow down in the economy ,thus to make the work more interesting employees must keep oneself engaged by getting involved in various activities and take charge of ones own development and emotions


Here are some quick tips to rebuild ones passion :


  • Build good relationship with other officers and colleagues in your office and make it a warm place to work .
  • Keep your self completely engaged .
  • Whenever your work seems to become monotonous try other challenges .
  • Build a positive attitude towards your work .
  • Keep an eye for new challenges and come forward to help the boss when new work erupts.
  • These may be small tips but are of great use to become best of a professional.

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      Sarika Mehra 7 years ago

      Nina ,thats bad to hear ,is it that your employer has personal grudge with you ? if yes then you should strt search for another job.

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      nina 7 years ago

      hmmm, not helpful - that assumes you're in a functional workplace.

      I am looking for tips to cope with boredom in an environment where I literally have no work to do, and hav no way to generate work - and am beign actively prevented by the employer from being assigned meaningful work.

      and playing on the internet is risky.

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