Lead a happier, healthier professional life when you learn to manage work stress with these helpful tips: Identify and acknowledging the stress, implement relaxation methods like breath focus and meditation, include exercise and a healthy diet in your routine and surround yourself with a good support system.
With COVID-19 and the focus on health and hygiene, now is a great time to give the office a deep cleaning. Stock these Jan/San essentials to help get the office squeaky clean. First do a walk-around, utilize all-purpose cleaners, encourage the use of disinfectants, HVAC, air purifier and water filters.
How do you work together, separately? Use these 3 tools and tips to build a successful remote team. Effective communication is key. Keep your team’s home office stocked with the right supplies to boost productivity. Hire people who embody your company’s core values.
Having trouble keeping the office supply budget from getting out of control? We’ve got three tips to help you track your expenses, make better decisions and simplify and streamline the process – which can save you time, and of course, money.
Ideas to prepare for and conduct a quick and successful brainstorming session. We’ve got six steps and techniques to get your team’s creative juices flowing and foster promising ideas.
What are the best office designs for collaboration? We’ve got three ways to invest in your workspace in order to achieve high levels of cooperation, inspire collaboration and maximize effectiveness while minimizing hurdles for your employees.
Hint: keep them engaged. Can you envision your employees working at maximum efficiency? The key is to keep employees engaged because disengaged employees have higher absence rates and are more likely to look for a new job. However, only 34% of the U.S. workforce feels engaged according to Gallup. We’ve gathered a few tips on…
More often than not, corporate culture is not explicitly defined, and it usually develops organically over time from the cumulative traits of the people hired by the company. Because of this it is shaped by national cultures, trends and industry, to name a few. Let’s break down these three examples.
How to attract new employees and keep your current ones happy. In today’s job market, potential employees are looking for more than a salary and health insurance. Skilled candidates are shopping around for the best employee perks in addition to the best compensation.
Fall is a great time of year to open the windows and let the fresh air in – you can almost smell the leaves falling off the trees. There is a scientific reason to freshen the air too: air quality in the office affects productivity. But besides opening all the windows, here are a few simple ways to freshen the air at work.