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The Bottom Line On Happiness

Business People Holding Bar GraphEmerging research from neuroscience, psychology, and economics makes the link between a thriving workforce and better business performance absolutely clear.  The bottom line is – a company with a happy workforce is a motivated workforce, which drives profits and company success.  Not only does happiness breed loyalty to the company, an individual’s happiness at work will create happiness throughout all areas of their life.

An annual review on employee happiness and satisfaction shows that the most content workers in the U.S credit their happiness to 10 key factors.  Work-life balance ranks highest, along with one’s relationship with boss and co-workers, the work environment, job resources, compensation, growth opportunities, company culture, company reputation, daily tasks, and job control over daily work.

Find out who the movers and shakers are on the list of America’s top 50 happiest companies honoring the top companies – as voted for by their own employees – dedicated to creating happier work environments.

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“No external conditions are required for happiness. Happiness is who you are!” —Dr. Jay Kumar