Having Fun At Work Is More Important Than You Think [REPLAY]
Concrete tips to improve work life
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You dread coming to work. How do you change this toxic attitude, which is likely harming your productivity and health?
This is a problem that almost half of the United States workforce is facing, according to a recent Careerbuilder study. You need to enjoy your job to avoid unnecessary stress, feel worthwhile and be productive. These things go hand in hand. But how do you begin thinking about fun when you can only think about all the things that are wrong with your job?
Laurie Petersen, AOL Jobs editor-in-chief, will lead a conversation with:
Sydney Sloan, a social media guru at Jive Software, a company that builds software that makes it fun for people to work together through collaboration, community and social features.
Jack Silbert, an AOL Jobs contributor, humor writer, journalist, children's author, editor, movie reviewer, weekly internet-radio DJ, and frequent master of ceremonies.
Join them in a candid chat that will address real ways to improve your work life.
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Jack Silbert is a humor writer, journalist, children's author, editor, movie reviewer, weekly internet-radio DJ, and frequent master of ceremonies. His writing has appeared in such publications as the New York Times, New York Press, Weird New Jersey, New Jersey Monthly, Nickelodeon, Glamour, Parent and Child and a wide variety of websites including Gawker and Media Darlings. During his lengthy tenure as editor with Scholastic Classroom Magazines, he proudly accepted the AEP's Golden Lamp Award for best periodical, 2009. Jack lives in Hoboken, New Jersey, and is rather fond of independent music, baseball, and sandwiches.