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.”
An interview with Jindřich Fialka from the workplace environment experts The Greenest Company on their latest concept: green walls, where you can grow herbs, lettuce, or even strawberries indoors.
Three research studies and three different views of remote working (known as “home office”). The coronavirus pandemic has speeded up the transition of most companies to virtual business. How are employees coming to terms with the new conditions and what environment are they working in now?
Are you feeling tired, overworked, exhausted, and ready for some kind of guaranteed quick fix? It exists, it’s called Niksen, and all you have to do for it is nothing.
Employees long for them, but employers are in no rush to found nursery schools in their office buildings. The benefit nurseries provide comes along with high demands, and it’s also impossible to set up a nursery within every office building. And yet exceptions do exist – and we’ve visited three of them.
How are folks pedaling along in the different parts of Europe? We asked five people about their experiences with riding their bike, or even their scooter, to work. What advantages and disadvantages does motor-free transport present for them? What’s the ride like in different European metropolises? And how well is cycling supported by employers? Join us in taking inspiration from them and let your car take a well-deserved rest in its garage.