How to be Positive at Work

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How to be Positive at Work

 18th Aug 2015

There are no shortage of examples of companies offering employees fun working environments that are akin to theme parks rather than places of business. Google is an excellent example of this with spiral slides and firemen's poles as just two means of getting to the ground floor. The methodology is sound: an enthused workforce is a productive workforce. 

However, whilst a company may attract talent with the promise of lunch time massages and an entertainment suite, it's the energy and positivity that the employees exude that makes the office a fun and exciting place to be. With that in mind we thought we'd share our top 10 ways to be positive at work.

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