10 Dec 2013
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Happy employees at the Botanics in Edinburgh

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

It is well documented that happiness is beneficial for business as well as for individuals. A happy workforce is more productive, more creative and more committed, with lower staff turnover and lower absence rates. Happiness is becoming an increasingly-valued factor in staff engagement – in fact, Hewlett-Packard even has a chief happiness officer. And – according to forbes.com – happier individuals get better work evaluations and higher pay.But in our increasingly-busy lives, true happiness is often elusive and with the plethora of theories and statistics out there, being “happy” sounds like quite a complicated thing to achieve…

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