Tips to Boost your Productivity

Tips to boost productivity blog from Premier Business Centres

Tips to Boost your Productivity Being productive at work can be tough. It’s difficult to do our best work during the summer months when we’re dreaming of enjoying the warm weather! Working from home has been one of the hardest challenges for productivity in the workplace, putting ourselves into an unfamiliar frame of mind in […]

Open Air Spaces & Activities in Dublin

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Open Air Spaces in Dublin With restrictions finally starting to ease, we are being encouraged to make the most of the great outdoors this summer to minimise our risk. Luckily for us, Dublin is a great place for open-air spaces and there are so many excellent things to do here that don’t involve making a […]

The Future of Work

Flexible Working The Future Of Work Blog Post By Premier Business Centres

The Future OF Work The Covid 19 pandemic has pushed companies, consumers and employees to rapidly adopt new behaviours that are likely to remain long after restrictions have lifted. Remote and flexible working, video conferences and working from home are trends that are likely to continue, albeit not with the same intensity as at the […]

How To Stay Connected While Being Remote

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How To Stay Connected While Working Remotely With further lockdowns and stricter restrictions planned for the first quarter of the year, we want to remind you about the importance of communication even while remote working. For most of us, work isn’t just about crunching numbers, it’s a part of our social lives. 40% of staff […]

Tips For a Sustainable Office

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It takes a team effort to improve your offices ‘green rating’ and carbon footprint. See here our top tips to create a sustainable office space.

Premier Business Centre’s 21st Birthday

CEO Jim Murphy & GM Therese Mullen Celebrate Premier Business Centers turning 21

Premier Business Centers Celebrates 21st Did you know Premier Business Centres have been around for 21 years?! We are delighted to celebrate our milestone birthday with a complete refresh of our brand and a new website designed by digital marketing agency, Sprint Digital. We have come through thick and thin these past 21 years, from […]

How to Maintain a Healthy Work/Life Balance

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Figuring out how to maintain a healthy work/life balance during Covid-19 presents its own challenges.
It’s no surprise that since the beginning of the Covid-19 restrictions, our working lives have changed. Many people are laid off, working from home or continuing to attend their workplace with very different working conditions. With our usual schedules and habits a thing of the past, the lines between work and leisure time have become blurred leaving us more tired and stressed than usual. Having balance that works for you can improve your mental, physical and emotional health. Here are our top tips to keep a healthy work-life balance, no matter what your situation is.

Minding Your Mental Health

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Covid 19 and the impact it has had on the world is something we never anticipated and something we could have never prepared for. We continue to suffer majorly as a country, a society and as individuals. It is ok to feel overwhelmed, stressed, anxious and worried in trying times like these but the important thing is how we deal with these emotions. Some people might find this time more worrying than others and may need some extra support, in which case you should call your local health service or your GP or confide in a trusted family member or friend. Keep reading for some positive things we can do to help to keep balance in our lives and mind our mental health.

Working Online – How To Manage Your Events

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Covid-19 has brought uncertainty to almost all business types across the world. Employees are being forced into unemployment or if they’re lucky, have the chance to work remotely. It is becoming obvious that companies who evolve and adapt to the current situation will be less affected in the long run. Moving to remote meetings and working online has probably been on your list for a long time and this crisis has forced us to look at remote working options earlier than expected.