Being happy at work can often be a challenging concept; on the one hand, you don’t want to accept that you’re doomed to spend the majority of your waking hours miserable, yet on the other you’re stuck constantly trying to fane wellness and inputting far too much energy into ‘faking it ‘till you make it’.
So, when trying to ensure your own happiness in the office, what’s the answer? Well, it might not be the one that you’re looking for. Essentially, statistics have proven that there is little that an employee can do to ensure their own happiness; simply too many factors are at play to make significant enough changes in a job that doesn’t bring you satisfaction.
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