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Start With Happy Employees

Start With Happy Employees

A couple years ago our practice found itself in the position of needed to hire a couple of new staff members. Now, the hiring process is not one of my favorite things to do because many times for one reason or another it doesn’t work out. I had been told that it takes going through … Continue reading

Bring The Joy

Bring The Joy

I am one-hundred percent an advocate for happiness at work; I try to promote it each day when I am there. If I had to work in a place or for people where there was oppression and apathy I would not be able to do it.  It is about mindset and choice and we can … Continue reading

Is Your Workplace A Bit Stressful?

Is Your Workplace A Bit Stressful?

Working in the Healthcare Industry, it is common for physicians and their staff to become stressed in everyday situations in the practice.  Taking care of others can be as demanding as it is rewarding.  Often when stress is not addressed it can turn into into burnout without even realizing it. According to a survey done … Continue reading

Hiring? Remember The Happy Factor

Hiring? Remember The Happy Factor

When hiring a new person we (the employer/manager) have certain expectations they are to meet, at least in our minds. But does the new hire know these expectations? Have they been listed out and explained in detail? Most of the time the answer is no, and I as a manager have been guilty of this … Continue reading

What Is Wrong With My Employee?

What Is Wrong With My Employee?

It often happens when an employer or manager notices that an employee has a change in work behavior they fail to address it, hoping it will just go away. Changes in an employe’s work behavior usually will not auto-correct if it continues for more than a few days.  We all have things that come up … Continue reading

Pay Positive Attention At Work

Pay Positive Attention At Work

No matter how hard we may try to provide a positive work environment, stress seems to find a way of slipping in the door. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), of employees surveyed between 40-50% have reported that their job is “very” stressful and 26% report frequent burnout or stress from their employment.  … Continue reading

Training For Success

Training For Success

Training employees can be a daunting task, especially if you do not have a training program in place.  In order for employees to be successful in their position their training has to be centered around making them successful. What does that mean?  Often, when a new hire is being trained there is no thought on … Continue reading