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You’ve probably heard that a happy employee is a productive one who can boost the bottom line. But just how much?
Here are some numbers:
33% higher profitability (Gallup)
43% more productivity (Hay Group)
37% higher sales (Shawn Achor)
300% more innovation (HBR)
51% lower turnover (Gallup)
50% less safety incidents (Babcock Marine Clyde)
66% decrease in sick leave (Forbes)
125% less burnout (HBR)
Here, some tips for staying happy at work

You’ve probably heard that a happy employee is a productive one who can boost the bottom line. But just how much?

Here are some numbers:

  • 33% higher profitability (Gallup)
  • 43% more productivity (Hay Group)
  • 37% higher sales (Shawn Achor)
  • 300% more innovation (HBR)
  • 51% lower turnover (Gallup)
  • 50% less safety incidents (Babcock Marine Clyde)
  • 66% decrease in sick leave (Forbes)
  • 125% less burnout (HBR)

Here, some tips for staying happy at work

We’re looking for an intern!

Fast Company seeks a paid intern for the Summer 2013 session. Responsibilities include fact-checking all areas of the magazine, contributing supplementary reporting to features, pitching and writing for front of book sections, with opportunities to contribute to Fast Company web properties including Co.Design, Co.Exist, and Co.Create.

Candidates should be college graduates (or have graduated by the first week of June) who are motivated and organized, with a demonstrated interest in magazine journalism. Fact-checking experience preferred but not required.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and a selection of clips to Jillian Goodman at jgoodman@fastcompany.com. The deadline to apply is May 15, with the internship starting no later than the first week of June. Applicants should be prepared to work full time, five days per week. We regret that we are unable to respond to all applications, and not all applicants will be interviewed. Please, no phone calls.