Mel tells some heart-warming holiday stories, then reveals secret statistics that demonstrate how the Postal Service is kicking butt on its competitors. From the pages of the Postal Tsunami.
Office temperature, either too hot or too cold, can affect the productivity of employees in the office. Find out what employers and employees can do about the temperature to increase productivity.
Job satisfaction has a powerful effect on a person's overall quality of life. Asking yourself three simple questions could help you to decide whether or not it is time to move on to something new.
We INFJ personality types love “coaching” and people to problem solve for, discovering new alternatives to most any challenge. Job satisfaction requires a harmonious environment.
ENFJ personality types immediately engage others with their unique charisma. Evidence of positive impact on others and affirmative feedback gives them a sense of fulfillment.
ENTJs are exhilarated by unsolvable impasses and impossible feats! Complicated challenges with little interpersonal conflict is important. Good results under pressure give them a sense of fulfillment.
Employees grieving over the loss of a loved one often display certain behaviors that are of concern to the employer. Offering support during this grieving period is very important to the employee.
Employees who have body odor issues at work present challenges to the coworker who must work side by side with that employee. For the supervisor, it becomes an employee relations issue that must be held delicately, yet firmly, to ensure immediate improvement. When done directly yet with tact,...
An interesting finding in the 2010s s that Employee Job Satisfaction can lead to lowered productivity on the job for some, as well as higher productivity for others. Worker burnout continues to be a problem in America.
You might not have the job of your dreams, but that doesn't necessarily mean you have to spend your whole life feeling miserable about your work. A change of perspective could be just what you need.