New research from XpertHR has suggested that employers are finally wising up to the importance of workplace wellbeing…which will be music to the ears of employees up and down the country. In a new article published only last week, more than half of employers (54.4%) are said to run informal employee wellbeing initiatives and the positive facts and figures don’t end there.
You may have noticed last week that we shared an article implying your workplace may not be doing enough to appease your staff. We wanted to provide an in-depth analysis of the problem and the ways in which you can improve the situation. Your business is more than just a place to work, it’s an environment that impacts a person’s mental and physical health. Put simply, workplace refreshments can help considerably.
The New Year is now upon us and with that comes a host of resolutions that we’d all love to stick to. From eating healthier to hitting the gym at least a couple of times a week, we’re all desperate to better ourselves after a Christmas period undoubtedly consumed with lots of alcohol and lots of chocolate…Step one, before anything else however, is to set manageable goals.
How you design your workplace is more important than you think. It’s strongly believed that a workplace that puts employees first is key to improving both wellbeing and productivity. Employees require a better working environment to combat common, everyday issues such as stress and fatigue.
Remember the Winter Olympic Games back in 2014? Social media has recently been rife with a clever idea that the Russian Olympic Committee used to promote the event, where passengers visiting the Vystavochaya Station in Moscow could have chosen to pay for their ticket in squats!
We all know the importance of hydration, but there’s more to it than just drinking the appropriate amount. The quality of the water that you’re drinking is arguably just as important, and this is where the tap in your kitchen significantly lets you down. While it may be the most convenient way to keep hydrated, research and tests have shown that tap water contains up to 2100 different substances that you really don’t want to be consuming. This summer, relieve your staff from such an archaic form of refreshment, and install a water cooler in your workplace. Read more
We understand the importance of workplace refreshments on productivity, and our services are centralised around the wellbeing of your workforce. From our innovative Micro Market to our advanced line of vending machines and water coolers, we make it easy for your business to enjoy quality refreshments throughout the working day. We also encourage break times throughout the day, as they are a great way to relax with colleagues away from the stress at their desk.
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