After a beautiful weekend wondering through the Suffolk countryside, nipping in and out of the cafes that appeared to line our entire route, I’ve arrived back in the office recharged and ready for whatever the forthcoming week holds for me. As I settled down with my morning cup of tea, my email inbox going “ping,
Achieve a healthy balance. The pressure of work and the stress of an upcoming deadline often means that “you time” and staying healthy tends to take a back seat. This is where we all need a bit of perspective as its our health that keeps us working, affecting our mood and how we think. More-over
Younger workers or ‘millennials’ (as they’ve been labelled) tend to be a talkative bunch, thriving on communicating with their fellow co-workers. Many shudder at the thought of grafting away in a secluded cubicle for hours a day without access to others to brainstorm, query and get help with something they’re working on. This presents a
Or getting more and more stressed though the working day until you feel like you are going to explode? It appears that at least part of the solutions to these issues may lie in the colours we surround ourselves with in the workplace. Most office environments today are in shades of white, off-white or grey.