It’s definitely not a sin to fall asleep at work. On the contrary, companies should act in advance to “make your bed” for you during working hours. Or will you head up to your boss yourself and ask them to follow the example of one Japanese company and pay you extra if you sleep at least six hours a day?
Dutch start-up PHYSEE has developed the first window in the world that uses solar energy, evaluates data on the state of the glass facade while being completely transparent. Therefor it has already earned several awards.
Many studies have shown that the more often employees take vacations, the more productive they are at work. But what’s the best way to manage your return to the office without going crazy, or worse yet breaking down in tears from the same unansw
ered emails and missed calls that you ignored so well on the road? We’ve got a few tips for you.
The snow’s softly falling, the streetlights beautifully shining... and you’re rushing off to work. You’re not really into it; you’d rather be snuggling up in bed. Over the Christmas holidays, we’ve all gotten used to a more relaxed regimen. Fatigue hits us more strongly in the winter than in other seasons. And yet this century’s work tempo often goes against our natural biorhythms. There are a number of ways in which we can restore our internal balance and care for our energy supplies. Let’s explore at least the most important ones together!