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Just 10 days to WORKTECH17 NY: Learn about Building Teams, Workplace Analytics, the Theatre of Work and more.
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Just 10 days to WORKTECH17 NY: Learn about Building Teams, Workplace Analytics, the Theatre of Work and more.

#WORKTECH always delivers a who's who of workplace speakers and attendees. Don't miss this great lineup.

Source: www.unwired.eu.com

This is a great event where seasoned professionals and new voices come together to share what they know. This year's event will include rich content about building teams, workplace analytics, the office of the future, attracting talent, the digital workplace, and much more. 

 

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“Workplace Evolutionaries” (WE, for short) just released an infographic to help its members navigate the wealth of research on the impact of the workplace on employee performance.
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“Workplace Evolutionaries” (WE, for short) just released an infographic to help its members navigate the wealth of research on the impact of the workplace on employee performance.

WE Research lies at the heart of what WE is all about…helping our “tribe” be the best they can be in their role as facility managers, workplace strategists, corporate real estate executives, and ot…

Source: we.ifma.org

This is a must-see infographic. It summarizes key research on the impact of place on human performance. The interactive bubbles drill down on what science knows about workplace design and its influence on thinking, stress, positivity, memory, and more!
 
Workplace Evolutionaries (WE), a community of practice within the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA), is dedicated to helping fellow workplace practitioners be the best they can be. 


Who are happiest employees…and why
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Who are happiest employees…and why

"a guest blog on the happiest workers and why they are so happy, but also touches upon the problem and pressure of compulsory happiness."

Source: corporate-rebels.com

Spoiler alert: florists, hairdressers, and plumbers. Why? Autonomy and frequent feedback/successes.


Workplace civility spiraling down and with it goes productivity, trust, and loyalty. Here’s what to do about it.
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Workplace civility spiraling down and with it goes productivity, trust, and loyalty. Here’s what to do about it.

Research shows that hurtful workplace behavior can depress performance, increase employee turnover, and even mar customer relationships.

Source: www.mckinsey.com

A full 62% of employees say they've been treated rudely at work (up 27% since 1998). Three quarters of victims say the incident reduced their commitment to the organization. A quarter admit to taking their frustration out on customers. 


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