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8 ways to ruin an office culture
While American businesses have become better able to increase productivity and improve margins, statistics show a decrease in employee engagement and rising unhappiness. In an effort to better understand how to build the right kind of office culture, where employees are happy, healthy and productive, Chris Reimer, communications strategist and author of Happywork, shares eight ways organizations create horrible office cultures. Is your organization guilty of any of these?
Hold the positive feedback, provide negative feedback.
"You don't want your people getting too high on themselves. Positive feedback is the cotton candy of HR tactics; you don't have time for this. On the flip side, these drones working for you aren't going to learn their lesson unless they stop making mistakes. They need to fear making mistakes. That way, mistakes simply won't happen!"