Administrative Assistants run the office. Can you imagine a manager having to maintain their duties and ensure protocols are communicated with the team, meetings are scheduled, and that projects stay on track? That’s a job in itself, hence why we have administrative assistants.
Unless you’re prone to seasonal affective disorder (SAD) (link to “5 Ways To Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder in the Workplace), you may be wondering how you seem to get more done in less time during the winter months. While winter is typically blamed for low productivity, we’re sharing three ways it can actually boost it.
Winter is a top reason of why people are sad, and an estimated 10 million Americans suffer from the clinically diagnosed Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) with another 10-20% experiencing mild SAD symptoms. Not only does SAD make sufferers sad, it leads to sluggishness and decreased productivity. While you can’t send all of your employees to Florida for a week, there are ways you can help perk them up and boost wintertime productivity.
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