Guest Blogs


Guest Blog | 4 ways to improve your diversity strategy

A diverse workforce comes with a lot of benefits. Higher rates of workplace diversity can help companies innovate, evolve, and solve problems more efficiently and effectively. It can help them initiate other means of solution to a problem that is being addressed in one way. Moreover, a diverse workplace is more likely to address customer needs and develop new ideas to fulfill them.

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Guest Blog | 10 Desk Items You Need To Boost Productivity

Whether you work from home or are heading back into the office, your desk is where you spend most of your day. To be more efficient and achieve your career goals, you need a space that is full of all the tools and accessories you need to succeed. Keeping a clean and clear workspace is the best way to set your day up for productivity. Below are 10 desk items you need to increase success and unleash your most productive self!

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Guest Blog | Reducing the Environmental Impact of Your Office – a Brief Guide

It is becoming increasingly apparent that we all have a responsibility to alter our habits to fight the ever-worsening environmental crisis. Businesses are no exception to this since commercial practices contribute significantly to emissions and pollution globally. However, it can be challenging to figure out how to make a difference, especially if your company has limited resources. With that in mind, here are some tips for making your office more environmentally conscious.

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Guest Blog | Benefits of Taking Regular Work Breaks & Your Entitlement to Them

We all know how good it feels to stop and take a break when you are working. Often, staff can feel under pressure not to take as many breaks as they should, or to cut them short in favour of working harder or longer hours. Whilst this might seem like a more productive use of your time, the truth is actually something very different. In this article, we take a look at why its good to take those breaks, as well as outlining exactly what you are entitled to.

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Guest Blog | How has Coworking Space Transformed Businesses?

When it comes down to developing business, huge corporations and companies enjoy coworking spaces for the same reasons that aspiring entrepreneurs and freelancers do. They have incredible networking possibilities and access to some incredible inventive skills. Coworking spaces also provide some financial relief (because the cost of setting up an independent office can be substantial) and creative inspiration is never far away! Now working in the space of co-workers has given a rise to small businesses, individual contractors and other workers the space to work in their own comfort and ease, to get the work done and to interact with their local business community.

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Guest Blog | How Remote Working Creates an Inclusive Culture

Thanks to the Equality Act 2010, it’s illegal for employers to discriminate against any employee or potential employee under the following areas: Age, Sex, race, Disability, Pregnancy, Marital Status, Sexual orientation, Gender reassignment, Religious background while it’s a good thing the above areas are protected by law, workplaces are run by humans, and all humans have their personal prejudices and biases, whether these prejudices and biases are conscious or unconscious.

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​5 Essentials For Going Back To The Office | Guest Blog

With vaccines rolling out and the spread of Covid slowing down, you're probably bombarded with emails telling you it's time to get back to the office! Many employees have been working from home for over a year now and have become accustomed to styling a professional top with a pair of loungewear bottoms. Commuting to the office each day may seem like a foreign task nowadays. I, myself, have also become quite content with staying cosy at home while still being productive with my work.

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Is Sitting Still Bad? (A 2021 Review Of The Research) | Guest Blog

​“Sitting is the new smoking,” tweeted Stuart Millinship on August 27, 2010. This tweet was a response to a post “reporting that even if you get plenty of physical exercises, sitting down all day reduces your lifespan.” At first glance, Millinship’s tweet may sound like hyperbole, but it is based on the views of academics like Dr James Levine, the man who invented the treadmill desk.

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The Importance Of Smart Lighting In The Workplace | Guest Blog

As many workers gradually make their return to the office environment, what has become clear is that employers have had to reimagine the role of the office in the lives of their employees. A crucial part of reintegrating employees into the office environments is to safeguard their mental health and office design and fit out is an integral part of this process.

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How Can You Improve The Productivity In Office? | Guest Blog

If you are a working man or woman, you tend to spend more than ten hours of the day in your office. Hence, as a business owner, you must give a hundred per cent comfort and provide a healthy working environment to your employees. If employees are in good working condition, they will also share their 100% work and enhance their productivity.

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