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Michal Pohludka writes about work at multinationals. With a detached view, humor, and the kind of empathy you’ll only rarely see in a top manager. “Hungarians don’t quite love work, but they know how to talk about it for a long time. And the French? I’m amazed they still exist,” he says for example of workers from other countries.
“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?
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.
You know those mornings when at the strike of six the sun starts threatening a muggy 35 °C day, and your forehead beads up just thinking about how sticky and sweaty you’ll be that evening? Meanwhile the long, hot pants and suit staring at you from your chair aren’t helping your mood either. Right now you might be saying, “Sure wish I was a freelancer at home in my underwear.”
Coffee. Your morning savior, a buddy who gets you going during your post-lunch fatigue, who will silently listen to your conversations with your friend and your work meetings. But do you really know it like you think you do? For example, did you know that...