Clinton, MD (PRWEB) June 15, 2010
Nothing is more sinister to the employee’s morale than persistent workplace negativity. It saps the liveliness of organizations and diverts critical attention from performance.
Negativity occurs in the attitude, outlook, and talk of one department member, or in a swelling of voices responding to a workplace decision or event. The book, Joy at Work: Empowering Scriptures for the Workplace is spiritual ‘first aid’ to help you get centered--anytime, anywhere. Joy at Work is a collection of biblical principles and scriptures to help one navigate the crossroads using screen beans illustrations.
Religion is always able to produce solutions to the various problems people face. One’s faith does allow the person to deal with the problem usually in a calmer way. We can assume that the significance of religion is similar to the importance of understanding the job description. The "buffering effect' means religion serves to buffer the impact of adverse circumstances - even on the job.
Leah Smiley, President of Society for Diversity quoted, “Joy at Work: Empowering Scriptures for the Workplace is a must read for all those struggling with workplace issues or frustrated from seeking employment. The book has given me a sense of solace in the midst of turmoil."
It has been recently reported that employees are dissatisfied with the conditions at work and they are quitting in record numbers despite the fact they have no back-up plan. The rash of those leaving their jobs have most been contributed to pay, long work hours, and not enough flexibility in the workplace.
Nothing is more powerful than Joy at Work: Empowering Scriptures for the Workplace to zap workplace negativity and stress.
Ramona Clay is available for interviews. Ramona is a Christian author, speaker, and inspirational coach. Ms. Clay is owner of Global Staffing Partners with over 20 years in recruiting, training, and coach. She has started Joy@Work seminars and has her own radio show on BlogTalk radio, Monday evenings at 7:00 PM. Ramona's website, http://www.ramonaclay.com.
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