“Happy employees don’t stay in one role for too long. Movement and the perception of improvement create satisfaction. Maintaining the status quo, on the other hand, creates burnout.
“There is a strong correlation between happiness and meaning. Having a meaningful impact on the world around you is actually a better predictor of happiness than many other things you think will make you happy.
“A workplace is far likelier to be a happy place when policies are in place to ensure that people regularly get acknowledgement and praise for a job well done.
“Recognize that employees are people first, workers second, and create policies that focus on their well-being as individuals.
“Emphasize work/life integration, not necessarily ‘balance.'”