Signs your employees could benefit from a fun, team-building event

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Building a positive environment in the workplace may mean more than providing employees with competitive salaries and benefits. Activities that take place out of the office—specifically team building exercises—can be just as important for the loyalty and growth of your staff. Below is a quick look at some of the indicators that it is time to schedule a team building day for you and your employees.

Low employee morale

If attendance has been down at the office or there is a lack of enthusiasm in weekly meetings, it may be time to remind your employees how much you care about their contributions to the company. Corporate team building is fun and relaxed, so it may provide just the right amount of stress relief for worn down employees.

Company transitions

Significant staffing changes, new management or changes to company policies can be faced with employee resistance when they are presented in the wrong framework. By using corporate team building as a way to kick start these transitions, you can create more positive reception. Plus this will give new members of the team a chance to build friendly professional relationships with their new colleagues.

Heavy workloads

In times where you must ask more of your staff, it is helpful to have a rewarding event at the end of a busy period. While it may not be practical to schedule a team building day in the midst of a more stressful period, you might provide something for your employees to look forward to with a corporate fun day scheduled in the future.

Players Indoor Sports Center is the ideal venue for corporate events offering a variety of recreational areas as well as meeting spaces for conferences and presentations. To start planning your day of fun and team building at Players Indoor Sports Center, visit them online or call 630-470-6400.

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