Temptation to waste company time not only comes in the guise of attractive colleagues – there is a world of distractions coming into the office via the internet that as an employer, you might not even be aware of.
If constant stress has you feeling helpless, disillusioned, and completely exhausted, you may be suffering from a burnout.
Today, many employers are well aware of issues such as the high cost of employees leaving their company. Many would say that it is self-evident that happier employees are better for the company. But how much better?
There may be a few things to consider for both the employee and the employer. A person with a disability may need certain arrangements, such as working conditions and a few extra tools or technologies to compensate for his or her disability.
Providing adequate ventilation and lighting are the basics of a healthy working environment. We don’t all live in a yellow submarine, where there would be no windows to open and extremely cramped living and working quarters. If you join the navy as a submariner, you know what you’re going in for. But when you join a land-based organisation, you do not expect to find cramped workplaces with a lack of natural air and lighting.