The half-term holiday can prove problematic for many working parents. If you have little option other than to take your youngsters to the office with you, you will need to go prepared! To help you, here is a list of six ways to keep your child entertained while you get on with your work.
Long gone are the days when serviced offices were confined to start-ups and freelancers. Some of the biggest corporations in the world are flocking to shared office space, seeking out flexible office arrangements in trendy, conveniently-located environments.
The benefits of ergonomic office furniture have long been realised and documented. ‘Sitting comfortably’ can improve productiveness by as much as 11%. By contrast, an uncomfortable office can be damaging to our health and wellbeing. Though ergonomic workspace is becoming increasingly innovative.
From standing up to work, to have a ‘third place’ to relax, take a look at the following ergonomic office innovations we can’t afford to ignore.
A 2018 study shows the majority of workers in the UK would appreciate being offered flexible working, with many even favouring flexible working over the option of having a pay rise.
Long commutes to work with delays in traffic queues and slow-crawls through cities and towns are anything but fun. With the average commuter in Britain driving for 1 hour 38 minutes to work and back each day, millions of us are simply ‘putting up’ with the anguish of commuting to work. Though are ours daily commutes to the office and back home again doing more harm to our health and wellbeing than we may think?
Take a look at the five following ways regular commuting negatively impacts your mental and physical damage.
With the kids off school and Easter egg hunts to organise, it’s easy for work-based tasks to go off trail during the Easter holidays. Working flexibly and remotely can give your team’s productivity levels a much-needed boost during Easter. As can having access to high-speed Wi-Fi and other quality office infrastructure.
Don’t let the fun and distraction of Eastertime have negative repercussions on your business with the following five ways to remain productive at working during the Easter break.
From spring cleaning your desk to placing fresh flowers in the office, there’s nothing quite like a dazzling office radiating the fresh vibe of spring to revitalise and motivate teams after the long, slow haul of the winter.
Now’s the time to organise your workspace and enhance employee happiness, wellbeing and motivation by implementing to following office spring cleaning tips.
The new space is designed for and focused on employee productivity and well-being; offering different work stations and open space alongside natural light and materials straight from nature. Our hope is that the space promotes success and growth for any business that makes use of it. Unlike many Serviced Office chains we are a family-run business that offers true value as well as a great environment to any company choosing to house their company here; the space you see below is free of charge to use for any of our residents and their visitors.
Being in a queue for 40 minutes on the commute to work can mean we’re stressed out before we even arrive in the office! As can being unable to find a carparking space. Working in an office that’s void of the stresses and strains that are all but synonymous with many offices, can have a significantly positive impact on work-based productivity, ultimately improving a business’s bottom line.
Take a look at the top workplace features that are known to reduce stress, which has a positive affect on staff morale, productivity and the overall success of an organisation.