What’s the atmosphere like at your job? We’re not talking about the mood among your workmates, but the literal concentration of CO2 and other substances floating through the air. All of these have a strong influence on people’s health and performance.
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?
“The way food tastes is strongly influenced by where and with whom we eat it,” says Gian Luca Giardi from Zátiší Catering Group in an interview for Morethanoffice. Zátiší operates over a dozen company cafeterias and cafes. Are office workers’ tastes evolving? And why don’t people also visit cafeterias after work?
Do you have a climbing wall, a running track, a fitness center, and a bike room at your job? Modern offices are supporting their occupants’ healthy lifestyles right at the workplace, as a part of their efforts to improve their workplace cultures. Employees at a number of progressive companies are thus learning firsthand that a healthy body houses a healthy mind.
Studies say that we check our phones an average of 50–200 times per day, and younger users (that is, elementary and secondary school students) even more often than that. The same goes for computers, laptops, and tablets. Can we even register all the networks and channels that people have to follow today? What happened to the times when we played Snake on our phones, and we rang and then hung up to “page” our friends?
It’s high time for you to move over to a healthier office. Why? In a recent test (published in Building and Environment, 2017) performed by American scientists, workers in certified green buildings performed 26.4% than workers in “sick” buildings. And above all, it’s said that they make more money.