One thing that all business owners need to do is take check of what is happening in their offices. If you do not keep a check on everything, you will find that things can start to get a bit stale and get out of hand. This is the last thing that you want. You want to keep motivation levels high and the vibe positive. So, what are some of the different things that you can do to improve your office today?
Get rid of clutter - The first tip that we have for you when it comes to enhancing your office is to get rid of clutter. If you feel like your offices are never today, this is going to have a number of negative effects. Not only will it mean that it is difficult for workers to find the things that they need, but it can have a negative impact on their mental state as well. This is why we recommend looking for a company offering cheaper bin hire and get started with de-cluttering the space.
The science of well being?
With a third of the global population living under lockdown, many are turning to science for the answers on how to be happy in these difficult times. By the evening of 26 March, 1.3 million people were enrolled in a Yale University online course entitled: The Science of Well Being. BBC News has the story...
Life hack to enjoy downtime!
Isn't life just hectic? Non-stop from the minute you climb out of your pit until you collapse into bed? BBC Worklife have a feature about 'how to reduce 'attention residue' in your life!
How to stay competitive!
So Christmas is now done and over for another year and chances are that you've now got yourself back into work, but with the working environment continually changing, itself it time you had a look at how you can stay in the competitive market? LinkedIN has some ideas of how to go about creating the 'new you!'
"When leaders forget about the human element, they're holding back their companies and limiting the success of others." Sheldon Yellen, CEO of property-restoration company Belfor Holdings, hand-writes 9,200 birthday cards a year! You can read more in Business Insider!
In the world of more and more companies trying to adopt a four-day workweek, Microsoft Japan tried it and saw a 40% increase in productivity! CNN Business has more on what could become more common!
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