When was the last time you high-fived someone at work? Or burst into song on your way to lunch?

Those questions caught my eye on LinkedIn recently, part of a post about creating a culture of joy in the workplace.

Credit unions do noble work, but like every other workplace in the U.S., most struggle to maintain a positive work environment. Repetitive processing work just isn’t very stimulating. Front-line employees hear complaints all day long, especially those in the call center. Even the folks in marketing, who are assumed to spend their day playing with pretty colors, struggle to find yet another creative way to sell car loans.

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