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Four Tips for Creating a Fun Workplace Environment - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

Four Tips for Creating a Fun Workplace Environment

When you manage a business, you believe in it wholeheartedly and want people to believe in it with you. It's important to remember that you need to make your business an enjoyable place to work for all. You want your business to be a place where people come not only because they want to get a paycheck, but also because they genuinely enjoy themselves. Having employees who have fun and enjoy their work will improve your culture and create positive results in terms of efficiency and profitability for your company. Here are four great ways for creating a more enjoyable workplace environment.


Assess Your Dress Code

It's important to make sure employees dress to a standard of professionalism, but it's also okay to let them have a little fun. Allowing jeans in a professional context, as well as bright patterns, interesting ties and even novelty socks can be a way to spruce up the office without losing professional decorum and behavior.

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Employees will have fun dressing with personality and feel as if they have some ownership of the decisions the company makes if you allow them to dress creatively and with a sense of fun. They will also look forward to coming to work and showing their coworkers their fancy new outfits. Giving employees the freedom to dress fashionably and enjoyably will make them enjoy working for you more as a result.


Provide Recreation

Your workplace is a place where people get things done, but too much work at once is a recipe for burnout. Your employees need an opportunity to relax and blow off some steam, even for just a few minutes.

Provide recreation opportunities in your employee break room and other locations for a more enjoyable, stress-free workplace. You can provide television or game consoles, free snacks or even pinball machines. It's important to regulate your employees so they don't spend all day away from work, but it's also good to make it clear that you want your employees to enjoy themselves at work. They will appreciate the effort you've put into letting them relax and reward you with increased productivity.


Get Together

For a truly cohesive workplace, you want a team that functions like a family. Your employees should be connected and comfortable with one another. It's important to make coming to work feel a little like being with friends. Encouraging your employees to go out and enjoy each other's company can be important.

Consider organizing a monthly trip to a local bar or another spot where employees can have fun and talk after work. For holidays or big events, you can even throw a dinner party or other large get-together. Putting your employees in positive social situations together will strengthen their bond and allow them to feel more comfortable around each other.



If you want your office to be a place people enjoy working, it has to be visually exciting. The old office plant won't do it anymore. Bring in some local artists to provide art for the walls, or even commission a sculpture for a high-traffic area. Update the lighting and consider some clever architectural accents like a reclaimed wood wall.

Encourage your employees to decorate too, and let them make their space their own. Giving your workers the freedom to decorate will increase the chances that they see their workplace as a home away from home and will make them more comfortable with coming in and getting work done. Give employees ownership of their space to encourage them to be invested in the place where they work.

You can't get good results from your employees if you're not willing to work for them too. Make your workplace a space everyone can come together and enjoy, and your employees will respond with increased productivity and efficiency. You want to make your employees feel at home: help foster an enjoyable family atmosphere in order to guarantee the best possible workforce. 


Publish Date: January 27, 2020 7:38 PM

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