Home office negatives from the corporate side2022.11.03
The home office is most often approached from the employee's point of view. However, telecommuting is not only a challenge for the employee, but also for the employer, especially if they are not fundamentally set up to integrate telecommuting and office work.
When we think of a break at work, we tend to associate it with a 10-15 minute coffee break or lunch time, of which there are - unfortunately - few. However, we have good news! Even a short - micro-break - has a significant impact on our physical and mental health. Let's see why it's worth breaking away from work for even 1-2 minutes!
It happens to many of us that we only realize at the end of the day that we were not at all as productive during working hours as we had planned at the end of the previous working day or in the morning. Even if we run through the day's events, we don't really understand where our work went wrong, since we did something all day. Well, there are a couple of actions that aren't as obvious time sinks as scrolling through social media.
A healthy lifestyle begins with ensuring that our body is properly hydrated. Using this basic truth, more and more people are trying to turn water into their own mills. As a result, more and more kinds of "extra healthy", sonorous "turbocharged" water are coming into our sight. One of these is oxygenated water. Would oxygenated water really be a panacea, or are we dealing with just another loud-mouthed market player?
A few years ago, neither businesses nor employees were prepared for a large part of the office to work from home. There were countless problems that affected the worker's life, performance and thus the company's effectiveness. Thanks to the experience of the past years, the home office practice is starting to mature. Let's see what problems can occur and how to fix them!
Drinking water is important. Numerous studies, articles, and events have examined the health effects of drinking water in the right quantity and (equally important) quality. The most common source for this is tap water, which is universally agreed to be in good condition and one of, if not the best, tap water in Europe.
Sea water is salty, this is completely trivial for everyone. On the other hand, less is known about why the world's seas and lakes are salty, and rivers are not. There are those who have doubts about this, but few can give a clear answer to the question of why the sea is salty.