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If you're on the lookout for new ways to motivate and engage your employees, try injecting a bit of fun into the office.
A new report which has just been released by BrightHR has revealed that staff who have fun at work are more likely to report higher levels of psychological wellbeing than those who donâ€™t. They are also more likely to be motivated, better at working with others, be supportive of their colleagues, committed to their jobs and are less likely to take time off work.
When it comes to taking time off because of illness, 62% of those who have engaged in fun activities at work had no sick days in the last three months compared to 38% of those who didn't have fun.
Additionally, those who have taken part in a fun activity in the last six months are also more likely to feel creative in their roles (55%) compared to those who havenâ€™t (33%). When it comes to staff retention, 58% of those who have fun in their jobs say that they are more likely to stay loyal to a company compared to just 46% of those who donâ€™t.
To find out more about the report, head over to our website and read our blog, 'Why having fun at work boosts employee productivity.'
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The Choralis Team