Tag: “Workplace”

Personal Productivity

Succesful workplaces

How Do Successful Workplaces Look Like

A successful workplace is not only highly profitable, but it is a place where employees find job satisfaction and hence a low turnover rate. Its unique incentives and culture strategically place it at a place where it attracts the best talents. Besides driving productivity, employer-employee trust and engagement are actively nurtured. Truth be told, employees’ satisfaction level determines how successful a workplace is; the happier they are, the higher the success rate. The following describes how a successful workplace looks like.

Personal Productivity

Temperature at work

How Does Temperature Affect Work Productivity?

Have you ever tried to change the temperature without anyone knowing? If you work in an office, or anywhere indoors, you may be familiar with the temperature debates. Sometimes it’s too hot and other times it’s too cold, but there never seems to be a balance.

Personal Productivity

Office efficiency

5 Workplace Policies That Help Increase Office Efficiency

Office efficiency is the unspoken goal of every workplace. Every employee knows that to make the business successful and grow in their own career, they need to be as efficient as possible while still maintaining a high level of quality in their work.

Personal Productivity

Coworking space

Why Coworking Is A Solution For Increased Productivity

Co-working is the newest trend in both freelance and mainstream working. It is a form of office setting that allows people to work together within a common space, but not necessarily on the same project. The workers are primarily independent of each other, but they can always consult, inspire, and motivate each other when the need arises. But does this have any positive impact on productivity?

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Health and stress free productivity

Your Health and Stress-free Productivity: Top 5 Things to Know

All of us are different people with different habits. While it is easier for some people to get motivated and focused on what they’re doing, other people are struggling with keeping their productivity up while their stress levels are down. We have been all there from time to time, laying at bed awake at night thinking about your work and how you didn’t finish as much as you promised yourself. However, being stressed about your work tasks all the time can have serious consequences on your health, both physical and psychological. Some of the physical symptoms include headaches, muscular tension, heart palpations, sleeping problems, gastrointestinal problems, blood pressure problems, and many more. Psychologically, you might experience depression, anxiety, pessimism, being easily irritated, aggression, isolation, and many more.

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