Sleep is essential to maintain optimal health and to exploit our full potential at work. If you do not get enough and quality sleep every night, your work suffers a lot. How? Find out.
You spend a lot of your awake time at work and therefore, it is important to adopt some healthy habits in order to stay fit and fine. For it, you don’t need to make any drastic changes in your routine, just some small changes and you are good to go.
It’s not only the long hours at work that drain all your energy, but a number of workplace habits could be responsible for taking a toll on your health. The worst thing is that we don’t even realize that we are doing them in the first place.
Reasons behind a bad night’s sleep can be many, but the consequence is just one—a bad day at work. Here are some tricks to get through at work after a sleepless night.
Is it often a struggle for you to stay awake after lunch at work? Here’s how to survive the afternoon and keep post-lunch slump away.
Some people in an organization are more popular than others. It is because they do certain things differently.
Most employers claim to be the best there can be. But, only can an employee give an honest review. So, on this Labour's Day, we shift focus to the many facets of organisations where people would be happy to work in.
What people say could often be very different from what they're thinking or feeling. Fortunately, there's a proven way to accurately see people's thoughts, emotions or mood - and that's by reading their body language.
We live in the age where you have to invariably follow your office schedule. And, why not? Most of us spend 8-0 hours at work. So, it becomes important that you don't neglect your health and make your work experience less painful and much simpler.
If you find yourself spending late nights at work, weekends doing office work and miss family gatherings for work deadlines, it is time for you to slow down.