Are you working from home? Or Is home becoming work? With the arrival of Covid 19, many aspects of our lives have changed. We have
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.
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.
At Premier Business Center we’re asking ourselves; is Ireland diverse and how do we cater to diversity in our workplaces? Almost 20% of the total population of Ireland are foreign-born. Dublin, as the most densely populated county, has the most diverse workforce meaning Dublin offices, including serviced offices and their occupants, need to be inclusive and accepting of the diverseness of its workforce.
In uncertain times, we are often removed from our comfort zones and forced to live, work and socialise differently. With the current worldwide pandemic of Coronavirus, many of our workplaces have been closed and if you are able to work from home (as opposed to becoming temporarily or permanently unemployed) you’re one of the lucky ones!
While money is a motivator for many employees, not every company can afford to offer regular bonuses to keep employees motivated. Besides, every good company knows that money should not be the sole motivating factor for staff. A true passion for the work and excellent job satisfaction should far outweigh the monetary gain. Here are some tips for employers to keep staff motivated that cost next to nothing.
Acording to WeWork’s 2018 survey, 70% of happy employees find that collaboration is one of the keys to being content in the workplace. Read on to understand why collaboration is Key to Employee Success and tips from the team at Premier Business Centres.