Occupational Wellness is basically your relationship with work. It is how much you like your job, how you manage your time, how you handle conflict, and how you control work-related stress. It is very important that you achieve occupational wellness since work has such a huge impact on your life.
Why is Occupational Wellness Important?
Additionally, Occupational Wellness has been shown to increase productivity and impact personal relationships inside and outside of work. Positivity and happiness is contagious. People gravitate to positivity. There is more collaboration and teamwork when people are happy in the workplace. When you are positive at work, things come to you easier. Another plus, is when you are happy at work that happiness follows you home. When people have a bad day at work they carry that baggage home and impact those around them. Just as positivity is contagious so is negativity. It is important to your family and friends that you are positive at work too.
Happy Workers = Happy Family Members and Friends.
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How To Achieve Occupational Wellness
1. Set Goals and Make a Plan
9. Seek Feedback
Since we spend so much time at work it is critical that we achieve occupational wellness. We spend so much of our lives working that it would be a waste doing something that doesn't make you happy. It is so important that even if you are not doing something you really love, that you have something on the side that does make you happy like a hobby or small business.
Some of us are not fortunate to have a job we truly love right now, and that is okay as long as you have a goal. A goal to get a job that you are passionate about. Whether it be a corporate job or maybe a business you start on your own. The world is full of possibilities these days. You can literally do anything you set your mind to.
Do you find happiness and meaning in what you do?
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