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By Greg Stock, 06/20/2019
As we begrudgingly make our way through the storm season, while casting a wary eye toward the 2019 hurricane season, this is a great time to review the hazards and coverage associated with these events to make sure you are adequately prepared. The U.S. has already experienced heavy rains, flooding, hail, and...

By Robert Esposito, 06/17/2019
Truck side guards are devices designed to keep vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists from being injured or killed by large trucks in side-impact collisions. Side guards have been required standard equipment since the 1980s in Europe and Japan, and more recently in Brazil. They are also widely adopted in China,...

National Fun at Work Day

Who says work can’t be fun? National Fun at Work Day on January 28 is an unofficial American holiday, but we’re proposing it be celebrated nationwide! 

Since the 28th falls on a Saturday, celebrate on Friday the 27th. According to Forbes magazine, “Beyond salary, psychological and social fulfillment can determine which employees are motivated to stay, perform, and contribute to organizational success.”

It is a year-round effort to create a company culture that contributes to happy, engaged employees, and it is understandable that fun cannot be an everyday affair. If you’re looking for a way to kick the new year off with fun and improve employee morale after a break, try some of these tips for National Fun at Work Day:

  • Set up trashcans around the office like basketball hoops and encourage employees to toss their trash in for a point.
  • Play music throughout the day to keep the mood light and fun.
  • If your office or team has morning meetings, have a few people share their favorite joke.
  • Take an hour out of the day to have a friendly team competition – play trivia or have a scavenger hunt.
  • Have a theme day where employees dress up.

Remember that happy employees mean happy customers. Having a designated fun day or days will lead to overall improved employee satisfaction and wellness. Many companies offer wellness programs which include fun activities. If you are interested in creating or enhancing a wellness program at your organization this year, visit AssuredPartners Wellness.

Sources: addtransit, Forbes Magazine