Improving safety in the workplace is at the top of many companies lists but it takes a lot of patience and effort to continuously raise the health and safety standards within a business. In this article, we will talk you through our top methods to implement in order to improve safety in the workplace. So, take these tips on board today and see how you could make your workspace safer for your employees, clients and customers.
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We all love Christmas time, however, it brings the stress of keeping your home tidy for family and guests that are visiting your property in this period. It can be very tasking cleaning your property for Christmas, so we have put together our top Christmas cleaning tips in our latest blog article to help you prepare your home.
Improving workplace efficiency is at the top of the list of any business as companies want to get the most out of their employees so output can be as high as possible. Productivity is essential to helping your business grow so you will need to provide the best working environment for your staff to enable this.
In this day and age, people are becoming more concerned about the environment and how our behaviours affect the planet. This has placed greater importance on companies becoming greener and more environmentally friendly, with the media shedding light on businesses that are found to be negatively impacting environment. With more pressure on industries to become more eco-friendly, many workplaces have put together plans to become greener to have a more positive impact on the world.
Kleenex has been a familiar, iconic household brand for close to a century. When it made its first appearance on American shelves way back in 1924, it was the very first facial tissue, as we now understand the term, to be introduced in a western country – facial issue has a considerably longer history in Japan. Kleenex was devised by the International Cellucotton Products Company of Wisconsin, and initially marketed solely as a disposable, easy-to-use way to remove cold cream – and by extension, make-up. The company’s original trademark unambiguously... Read More
As the name suggests, microfibre cleaning cloths are made from extremely fine artificial fibres. These can be split during manufacturing to produce even finer filaments for versatile cleaning products: the structure of the split fibres provides a high level of absorbency, soaking up liquids, dirt, dust and oil. Most brands also leave no lint. Common microfibre cleaning cloth uses include… Deep cleaning Such is the cleaning efficiency of microfibre cloths that they are three times more efficient than other materials at cleaning on a microscopic scale, removing 99 per cent... Read More
Giving constructive feedback to employees or other team members is a fine art. If your feedback is too vague or accommodating they may be left without the information they need to do their jobs properly. If team members have made mistakes it’s only fair to give them a chance to improve and they will only be able to do that if they understand just what they did wrong. On the other hand, if you are too direct, too critical, you may come across as excessively demanding and fussy or simply... Read More
There’s more to being a leader than being in charge. Authority may get things done on a basic, minimal level, but it’s likely to breed resentment and frustration if unaccompanied by anything else. If you want real success, leadership is needed – and for that, well developed people skills are required. Some people have natural talent, but most of us have to learn how to be a leader. That’s right: leadership skills can be learned! We think the following are the most important skills to develop: Leaders set the... Read More
Regardless of how productive your office is, there’s always room for improvement. There are a number of things you can try that are cost effective and beneficial for the wellbeing of your staff. This article will discuss a few things you can try to improve office productivity at work. Extra breaks It is scientifically proven that more breaks results in more productivity. This is because the human attention span is not as long as you might think. The attention span of a healthy adult ranges between 10 and 20... Read More
40% of all work-related illnesses are caused by stress, according to a recent study. Everyone experiences stress differently and has their own coping methods. Some people exercise. Others read. But everyone has the potential to get overwhelmed by stress in their working lives. If you work to tight targets on numerous projects, it’s very easy to find yourself snowed under an avalanche of documents, emails and impending deadlines. Meditation in the workplace is a way to relax and reset the mind. The great thing about meditation is that it’s free,... Read More