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August 15th, Independence Day of India, for CronJ it started on 12th August, our office HRs had planned several fun activities to hunt down some recreation in the workroom. The cubicles which were undecorated the previous day were more colorful than ever and that gave us the feel of patriotism, our workplace was beaming with colors and representing the colorful India. Our team is always equipped with a variety of choices, we are never afraid to incorporate these activities in the office. Not only we enjoy it and benefit greatly, but so do our colleagues and employees.

CronJ celebration Aug 15th

It was 11am and time had come for the celebrations, Compliments were flowing in from the HRs for the entire effort. Celebrations began with group singing, this is where the fun began, and we joined for each and every song that gave us good chorus support. We didn’t care if we sound bad or worse, as long as we were enjoying the most. We started singing patriotic song and somehow began well, singing songs in chorus, hooting aimlessly and having fun, everyone was singing so patriotically that nobody got an iota of idea that we hadn’t rehearsed even multiple times.

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So, we have the spirit of pleasant in our workplace, we also have a collation of entertaining and fun things. We usually do to put a smile on your colleagues’ faces - thus, there is a boost in productivity. Lastly and most essentially, office festivals are an admirable way to implement team spirit and act as ice breakers when new people are tangled. Let’s keep the spirit of pleasant workplaces everywhere….

Again, wishing all the readers a very happy Freedom…

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