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'Smiling' Author Reveals 12 Ways To Make Your Workplace Merry This Holiday Season
Date:12/8/2008

DALLAS, Dec. 8/PRNewswire/ -- Paul Spiegelman, author of Why Is Everyone Smiling? The Secret Behind Passion, Productivity and Profit knows a few things about how to infuse joy into the workplace during the holiday season. And his suggestions come from a proven track-record of success. Spiegelman's commitment to creating a fun and people-centered work environment all year-round has earned the company he founded - The Beryl Companies - seven best places to work awards and continues to contribute to the call center's growth and high rate of customer satisfaction.

"With all of the negative economic news, everyone could use a little extra cheer this holiday," contends Beryl CEO Spiegelman. "The good news is that holiday joy doesn't have to cost a lot of money for anyone." To prove it, Spiegelman offers 12 low- or no-cost ways to create a merrier workplace this year:

  1. Decorate. Workers' surroundings affect their moods. Decorations can be as specific as a Christmas tree or menorah or could simply include glittery snowflakes strung from the ceiling.
  2. Help those in need...within your ranks. Many organizations have workers who are struggling to make ends meet. Work with the human resources department to confidentially identify who those people are and determine how the company can help them through this time.
  3. Lend a helping hand outside the company. Encourage employees to donate time, services or goods to a worthy organization. Ideas include serving food at a local shelter, providing blankets to seniors, or sponsoring a toy drive for needy children.
  4. Do something personal. People appreciate feeling known. A personal hand-written note card from the CEO or other members of leadership to each employee is an inexpensive way to make a connection with co-workers.
  5. Give the gift of recognition. Identify at l
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