Jul 4, 2018-- While you may not associate gratitude or expressions of appreciation with the workplace, they're beginning to have a powerful impact on how employees relate to one another, as well as rates of satisfaction, stress, and even sick days. Many organizations have been developing ways to overcome the barriers that often inhibit expressions of thanks among employees, and finding that the effects extend far beyond the walls of the office. Studies have shown that gratitude can lead to increased feelings of social responsibility, and a genuine desire to give back to those less fortunate. Moreover, the opportunity to serve and help others is one of the major sources of gratitude at work. Read on to learn about how you can reap the benefits of a more grateful workplace. (9508 reads)
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