Positive stimulating interpersonal relationships in an organization can often lead to an increase in productivity, a warm work atmosphere that can expand with a happier workforce.
First Keep everyone informed
A single bulletin board, company newsletter or for major organizations a magazine keeps everyone informed about upcoming events, changes in an organization and helps everyone feel part of a team.
Larger organizations usually have a canteen, while small businesses need a refreshment area, with a microwave and a place where employees can relax and mingle.
Third resource Center
Access to resources is as important as the job itself, resource centers can be a simple computer that all employees or in much larger organizations can access a library or center.
4th Social clubs or activity clubs
Encouraging social or activity clubs in an organization can often encourage employees to socialize with each other in a positive environment. In an economic recession, this can help employees replace vacations with more localized activities.
Birthdays, festivals like Christmas, Idul Fitri or other religious holidays could be celebrated after work. This often shows that a company breaks down and helps motivate employees.
6th Advisory services
This is especially important in times of economic change, where a company may need to reduce working hours or even lay off staff. Counseling can help employees affected by this change accept a positive, unwelcome change.
7th quality circles
Allowing members of your organization to discuss the open issues of work in an informal setting often brings positive results and can sometimes solve problems before they become too serious.
Encouraging interpersonal relationships in an organization creates a more positive and open environment in which many employees must feel comfortable.