Accounting Blog for Business
Posted by Mariecris Raymundo
Nov 13, 2018 10:00:00 AM
A positive office culture leads to increased productivity, better employee morale, and the ability to retain skilled workers. Negative attitudes in the workplace, particularly when they are displayed by management or the small business owner, can have a dramatic impact on the entire workforce.
When you say you love working in a company, you also love the people you work with. Every day, you’ll have a reason to go enthusiastically to work.
A positive mindset should be within ourselves.
1. Create a clearer vision
At D&V Philippines, one of the core values is Making it More Fun – It is important for employees to enjoy their work and have fun in their working environment. We promote a work-life balance setting where employees are encouraged to participate in company activities after work or during breaks.
2. Maintain a positive attitude
No matter what you are going through, try to leave your problem behind when you step inside the office. Bad vibes are not good especially when your colleague misinterprets your actions. When someone does something well, offer a genuine compliment to show your gratitude or give him a tap on the shoulder for recognizing a job well done. Also, a simple “Good Morning!” will surely brighten up someone’s day.
3. Engage everyone
Be open. Establish an open-door policy and encourage interaction with employees. Ask their opinions, listen to what they have to say and remember to be positive in your dealings with them. Let your employees know that they are heard and that they have voices.
Remember that even if the company grows, our culture will keep us always on the right track.
Learn more about D&V Philippines
Find out how D&V Philippines develops their employees and how to get the best finance and accounting talent for your team. Download our whitepaper, Employees to Partners: How D&V Philippines Invests in Its People by clicking the link below.