The second part in our series of posts on how to improve the health and well-being of office staff, we look at some more ways to reduce staff sickness and improve office well being – some ideas may seem obvious but are critically important, others are perhaps more novel. Continue reading
Maintaining a healthy and happy office is good for business. Healthy staff leads to lower absenteeism, improved productivity, increased morale and better staff retention; all of which will have a positive impact on your balance sheet.
Short-term sickness is the most common cause of absence. In this, the first in a series of blog posts on how to maintain a healthy office, we reveals some shocking facts about the spread of infection in the workplace and outline practical steps that businesses can take to improve workplace well-being. Continue reading
We’ve all done it. In an attempt to be healthier, or perhaps to save some money, brought our own lunch to work, or bought ingredients from the supermarket to make something in our lunch break, and forgotten about it, left in the fridge to rot.
Now, I don’t know about you, but I manage to keep my fridge at home free of rotten food, so what is it about the office fridge that makes it so difficult? Continue reading