With the constantly changing environment of workplaces these days, it can be difficult for employees to become engaged or stay engaged at work. Technology is moving faster than ever, employees are being asked to do more with less, and the idea of a fixed work schedule seems to have been thrown out the window.
So, what is an employee to do? The quick answer is that employees should pretend that their workplace is college. In college, things are constantly changing from curriculum to class schedules to project timelines to happy hour. But, what do college students do? They not only adapt to the changes, but they embrace them.
Instead of dwelling on why things are changing, students tend to ask questions and find the answers, attend information sessions to learn about the changes, and start student organizations so that they can get involved and be part of the changing environment.
View the full list to see how employees can become more engaged at work by following the college student’s lead.
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