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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.10, No. 05)

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Page : 1230-1238

Keywords : Mindfulness Workplace Wellbeing Workers;

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The demanding and stressful nature of the workplace environment have become detrimental to the physical and mental health of the workers, especially in the present scenario. Work overload,deadlines, sudden and rapid changes in the workplace all have negatively contributed towards the wellbeing of the workers. This has led to an increase in various illnesses, both physically and mentally and has also impacted the organization leading to conflicts, employee turnover, unionism and many more such issues. As such, different efforts are undertaken to improve occupational wellbeing. One such intervention involves being Mindful or completely focused and conscious at work. Mindfulness is the non-judgmental awareness of and attention to present moment experiences. The concept of Mindfulness has drawn considerable interest among organizational scholars and practitioners. It is largely beneficial for workers wellbeing asaccording to several researches, it is seen to be associated with job satisfaction and low burnout. However, this concept is still lacking importance. In the light of todays complex society, an understanding of mindfulness at work has gained utmost importance. The presented paper discusses this concept taking into consideration a number of factors such as implementation of mindfulness and its qualities. The paper also discusses the significance and effects that mindfulness has upon the workers. Apart from this, the implications of mindfulness in the emerging workplace and employee wellbeing are also presented.

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