Requiring Employees To Be Cheerful Isn’t Just Mean, It’s Bad Business
Ester Bloom

My workplace has a little chart on the office fridge that says ‘how are you feeling today’ and has drawings of faces with different emotions. The CEO used to check it when he walked through and would change it if someone had put the little magnet frame in a negative emotion and ask what reason we would have to be unhappy.

A while back someone took the chart, scanned it and replaced all the negative and ambivalent emotions with positive ones and put it back on the fridge.

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