We all know to wear sunglasses outside to protect our eyes from UV rays, but most office workers nationwide fail to recognize the damage they are doing to their eyes inside the office. Inadequate care of your sight in the office can lead to serious eye problems such as dry eye, eye twitching, redness, and migraines. Reduce your eye risk at the workplace now to safeguard your vision later in life.
Last Wednesday was #NationalDogDay, and we celebrated everything that we love about our furry friends (as if we need an excuse)! While everyone adores their canine companions, did you know that having a dog may be able to improve your workday? A study from USC shows that having a four-legged roommate can decrease stress and increase happiness and productivity. Although many people have already seen working from home as the perfect time to get a pet, there are still opportunities to adopt or foster. Are you on the fence or have a partner who needs convincing? Here are three ways a dog can help improve your remote work experience:
It’s time to gather your coworkers around a virtual bar! Many companies rely on happy hours to bring employees together to connect and have fun. Just because we are all still social distancing does not mean that we cannot partake in these events online. Here are three tips for hosting a successful virtual happy hour, no matter who your audience is.
Do you ever see a notification, sigh deeply, and think “not another Zoom meeting…”? Meeting fatigue is real, and for many, it has only gotten worse with the onslaught of video calls sprinkled throughout the work from home day. If you or others are experiencing “Zoom fatigue” (exhaustion from being on video calls all day), then it is time to reevaluate your meetings. Here are two simple questions to ask yourself before sending out another calendar invite:
Even though some of us are slowly returning to our workspace, chances are your full team will not be back in the same office for a while. While many employees love the flexibility of remote work, it can be hard to stay motivated when you are not physically with coworkers. Learn how to keep spirits and productivity high with these four ways to virtually motivate your team:
In this edition of #InsideAdvantEdge, we are covering tips for practicing self-care during these times. We need ways to relax and recharge amidst a global pandemic and the uncertainty it has produced in many aspects of our lives. Self-care isn't just fancy skincare and binging Netflix shows (although that is nice!), it’s also proper work/life balance, establishing boundaries, and taking care of our mental health in meaningful ways. Read on for how AdvantEdge clients and staff are taking care while staying at home!
Over the past three months, a lot of us have had extra time on our hands while staying at home. AdvantEdge Workspaces clients and staff have been busy with a whole host of personal and professional projects! Below is a list of things our community suggests you can do to further your business, relax, stay productive, or help family and friends out:
Even as cities start to open up, many of us still will not be back in the office this summer. Work from home fatigue is real, and we all miss our coworkers and workspaces. However, as we stay strong throughout these upcoming months, AdvantEdge has you covered with tips and tricks to keep your energy up, boost morale, and continue to be productive from home workspaces everywhere!
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and its important that we not only highlight resources for personal wellness, but also for the professionals who provide critical services and support. In-person services have dramatically decreased over the past two months, with many mental health professionals switching to telehealth. Despite the flexibility to work from home, one may still need (or want) workspace support. Whether you’re currently renting a space or have always practiced remotely, a virtual office can be the right solution to support your work, during these times and beyond.