It’s easy to lose ourselves in work. When things get too crazy, it is important to take a step back and focus on yourself. May is national Mental Health Awareness month, a time used to fight the stigma surrounding mental health problems and to promote resources and healthy habits. The way you feel at work effects everything from your performance to relationships with coworkers. Every now and then, we need to take a step back work on ourselves. Here are five tips for focusing on workplace wellness.
This Friday, trade in four wheels for two - on your commute, that is. May 17th is National Bike to Work Day, a day that promotes the accessibility and benefits of changing up your transportation style. While not everyone lives within five miles of their workplace (seen as the ideal range for beginning bikers), there are many ways to celebrate this day, whether you can bike your commute or not.
A solid and in-sync team is integral to the success of a business. The relationships between people can either help you thrive. Over the years, team building has gotten a bad rap. Most people picture being forced to sit in a stuffy conference room playing games. In reality, team building can be so much more than that. Choosing the location, creating the right atmosphere, and selecting programming are all important steps in ensuring no one will be looking at their watches during your event. Read below for our top four types of team building that people will actually want to do.
Last week, businesses around the country celebrated Administrative Professionals Day. The day is for recognizing and applauding all that admin professionals do each day to ensure companies run smoothly. It is hard to imagine what any workplace would be like without these individuals. Admin professionals are an integral part of the office ecosystem and their support is essential to the success of any business.
Yesterday may have been Earth Day, but there are small things we can do every day to help our planet. With mountains of paper files and messy desks, offices easily morph into the poster child for waste- but then can change. This year, it’s time to be more “green” at work. Here are 10 ways you can impact the planet and simplify your work life at the same time.
With Earth Day approaching next week, April is a great time to think about your impact on the environment. By now, everyone knows the usual tips. Use your car less, recycle, turn the water off when you brush your teeth, etc. But we rarely talk about our carbon footprints at work.
To many people, the freedom and flexibility of freelancing are incredibly attractive. Whether you want to spend more time with your kids or travel the world, not being tied down to a 9-5 desk job can be a dream. However, many people who set out on their own find that working from the couch isn’t all it’s cracked up to be (especially after more than a few weeks). If you’re loving the freelance lifestyle but missing some of the perks of a traditional office environment, then a shared workspace is perfect for you!
Despite chilling temperatures in D.C. yesterday, the Cherry Blossoms have bloomed are there is no doubt that spring has sprung! This season is all about renewal- meaning it’s the perfect time to take stock of things you’d like to refresh or change, especially when it comes to the office. Here are six reasons to tidy up both mentally and physically at work this season!
Video conferencing is much more than just talking to someone face-to-face. Having access to high-quality platforms designed for business can transform the way you do work. Video conferencing has the power to increase productivity, foster connections, and help your company grow. Here are five reasons why you need video conferencing in your workspace!