I am a firm believer in work safety, but not in the traditional, dry, boring sense. Let’s make things interesting. I want someone to feel just as safe in the workplace as they are at home. But to get people to pay attention to the safety rules and processes, you’re going to need something more than a pamphlet to hand out to everyone. Check out the video below for more.
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Are you stuck on how to make something “fun” at work? Leave a note in the comments and I’ll give you an example or two.
Work communication doesn’t have to be boring and tedious, even if it’s mandated by law or some other legal statute. Make it interesting and fun, and people will be more likely to pay attention and do what you want them to do!
What’s a hackathon, you may be wondering? Check out the video below for more on that and the importance of having fun at work. I’m currently reading the Levity Effect, and it talks all about how to lighten up and have some fun in the workplace. When I read an article last week about a hackathon, I thought it was a neat concept and one that might be worth pursuing.