The most common objections to happiness at work and why they are wrong. Part 1.

Objection #1. We can’t define what happiness at work is.

  • Good organizational culture
  • Employee salary
  • Job security
  • Career development
  • Job autonomy
  • Work-life balance
  • Working relationship
  • Group relationship
  • Leadership

Objection #2. We can’t measure happiness at work.

Objection #3. We don’t really know what makes people happy at work.

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