Welcome to The Happy Works!

Thank you for stopping by♡ The Happy Works’s purpose is to help build happy and healthy workplaces. We do this by helping organizations identify their strengths and areas of improvement and to find the the right solutions for them.

Why Do Happiness and Wellbeing at Work Matter?

You get it. Whether you do the important work in the People & Talent (HR) Department of a company, lead a team of talented people, or have had the courage to follow your dream and start up your own business, you want your employees to be happy. Not only because it is a pretty thought and nice thing to do for them but also because you know that happy and healthy employees are more productive and impact your bottom line.

Many studies have shown that investing in employee wellbeing leads to multiplied savings in costs related to absenteeism, medical costs (see for example here), and employee turnover. Happy employees get sick less and they stay with you longer which helps you save in hiring and onboarding costs. Happy employees also achieve better results than unhappy employees. They serve your clients better, they are more productive, and they show more resilience in difficult times. No matter how talented people you hire, they are not going to reach their top results if they dread Mondays.

Getting it is the first step. But how do you take action and turn your employees into happy and healthy high performers?

Unfortunately, there is no magic pill. Workplace wellbeing and happiness is not about a monthly team lunch or Friday happy hours. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with a cold drink after a week of hard work. But to create a truly happy workplace takes a lot of time and effort and requires a long-term commitment from everyone. Strengthening your team’s strengths and finding solution to the areas of improvement are keys in building a happy and healthy workplace.

Who Is Responsible for Workplace Wellbeing and Happiness?

At The Happy Works, we believe that wellbeing at work is everybody’s business. Both, the organization and the individual employees, are responsible for wellbeing and happiness at the workplace.

The organization is responsible for ensuring that the work environment is safe, there is no bullying or harassment, the right people are hired for the right roles, the internal processes are designed from the employees’ perspective, and the employees have all the tools and resources they need to complete their work.

On the other hand, individual employees are responsible for taking care of their own wellbeing, choosing an organization that shares the same values with them, and picking a job that fits their strengths and goals. When you are in the right role, working for the right organization, you will be happier, healthier, more motivated, and perform better which will help you to reach your professional goals.

We also believe that there are no one-size-fits-all solutions when it comes to happiness at work, as different things make different people happy. Therefore, it is important for each employee to know what makes them happy, and for the organization to make sure the employees’ needs are met.

About Me

My name is Anni Eline, and my passion is to help organizations and individuals to build a happier and healthier workplace. I have completed a Master of Science (Economics and Business Administration) at the University of Oulu, Finland, and then built my career in Germany, Texas, and Spain.

I first discovered my passion for creating happiness and wellbeing at workplaces (and for country music, but that’s a story for another time) while working for a small digital marketing agency in Houston, Texas. In a small company, I had the opportunity to learn a lot about different things, even outside of my own area which was Marketing. Among these things were participating in hiring and training new team members, designing and implementing new processes and workflows, and improving the company policies. I absolutely loved this part of my job! I loved seeing the positive impact that I could make in the company and in the team. I will be forever grateful to my managers in this company for helping me to find my passion and supporting me to follow it.

I decided to gear my career toward HR and career coaching because I believed that to be the way I could help more people to be happy at work. I have gathered a well-rounded experience in talent acquisition and people development. I have recruited a completely new team from scratch, onboarded and trained new employees, coached groups and individual job seekers from recent graduates to experienced professionals, and designed and implemented HR processes and company policies for different stages of the employee life-cycle. I have also seen different organizational cultures and learned something from each of them.

I am a big believer in continuous learning, upskilling, and personal development. I have completed my professional toolbox with studies in Ergonomics and Occupational Wellbeing as well as in Positive Psychology.

In my personal life, I am also a wife, a nature lover, and a very enthusiastic sock knitter!

Ready to Work Happy?

My Workplace Wellbeing Program focuses on identifying your organization’s strengths and areas improvement and then using interactive workshops to find the right solutions for you. You will get a tailored and documented plan to improve wellbeig in your organization. You can aways expect thorough analysis and tailored solutions when you work with me.

I would love to hear from you and see how we can make your organization a happier and healthier place to work♡ Get in touch with me here.

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