It’s hard to be successful without a smile. Whether you’ve won a marathon or your company is leading the industry, if you’re at the top of your game, chances are you’re feeling pretty good about yourself. But does success lead to happiness, or the other way around?
According to a recent study, one in five employees in the U.S. works during the evening, at night, or on rotating shifts. As scary as working the “graveyard shift” might seem to you, there are a number of reported advantages to working through the night. In the following infographic, discover the advantages and disadvantages of working the graveyard shift, what industries you can find night shift work in, and additional research that relates to night shift work in the U.S.
The average person spends more time working than any other activity. Unfortunately, nearly 2 out of 3 workers surveyed in the US and Canada say they’re not happy at work. The following infographic explains WHY this is happening and what you can do to “turn that frown upside down” at work.
Want to distinguish yourself in the workplace? Your attention to detail and your timely completion of projects might be overlooked – but the overtime hours you put in are sure to get you noticed. This infographic looks at this subject.
What comes first? Success? Or happiness? Author Shawn Achor reveals some interesting data in his book, “The Happiness Advantage” and this infographic from Careertopia summarizes his findings.
When it comes to the field of productivity, there are a lot of visionary entrepreneurs, business leaders and innovators who are influential in their own ways. Time Doctor take a glimpse on who the productivity gurus are of today.