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Feeling Stressed? Try Yoga

Feeling Stressed? Try Yoga (Yes, Seriously)

Organizations are continuing to add stress management strategies to their wellbeing programs, including yoga. Why? Because research shows that yoga, meditation, and regulated breathing significantly reduces stress. Here’s how employees and employers alike stand to benefit from workplace yoga programs.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

July 21, 2021

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What Does Your Digital Body Language Say?

What Does Your Digital Body Language Say? 6 Tips To Send The Right Nonverbal Cues

We need to embrace and get more comfortable with online meetings. Here are 6 tips to make sure you’re sending the right nonverbal cues when participating in video meetings.

By: Jo Meunier (née Disney)

July 13, 2021

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Misunderstood Benefits | Unlimited PTO and Beyond

Misunderstood Benefits | Unlimited PTO and Beyond

The benefits culture is strong for today’s workforce with staff actively deciding to work with companies that offer the best perks. Whether that’s free snacks, unlimited PTO or parental leave options, let’s explain the basics of today’s benefits.

By: Gemma Church

June 29, 2021

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Managing Digital Nomads

Managing Digital Nomads: 12 Common Mistakes To Avoid

Managing a team of remote workers and digital nomads is different from managing in-office staff. Digital nomad Andy Stofferis speaks from experience and shares 12 things to avoid when managing remote workers.

By: Andy Stofferis

June 29, 2021

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Gig Jobs Are Here To Stay, But Is That A Good Thing? It Depends On Who You Talk To

Gig Jobs Are Here To Stay, But Is That A Good Thing? It Depends On Who You Talk To

Gig workers enjoy the flexibility that the gig economy provides, and they report being more satisfied with their professional lives when compared to their traditional employee counterparts. However, there are disadvantages to gig work, mainly that it leaves workers unprotected.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

June 28, 2021

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3 Proven Ways To Stop Back Pain When You’re Stuck At Your (Home) Desk

3 Proven Ways To Stop Back Pain When You’re Stuck At Your (Home) Desk

Makeshift desks can cause your back and neck to suffer. When you’re working long hours in front of a screen, here are some helpful tips on how to bring more movement into your working day for better health and wellness.

By: Gemma Church

June 21, 2021

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U.S. Cities With The Best Work-Life Balance In 2021

U.S. Cities With The Best Work-Life Balance In 2021

Comparing data on work intensity, institutional support, livability and more, a new study reveals a ranking of U.S. and global cities based on their success in promoting work-life balance to their citizens before, during and beyond the pandemic.

By: Jamie Orr

June 10, 2021

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Road Trip Anyone? Say Hello To The Age Of The Mobile Office

Road Trip Anyone? Say Hello To The Age Of The Mobile Office

Remote work is here to stay, and some people are taking the concept to the extreme. Some workers have taken their new found ability to work from anywhere as an opportunity to try the digital nomad lifestyle, while others are embracing #VanLife.

By: Jamie Orr

June 3, 2021

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WellnessBenefitsOfCyclingToWork,InHonourOfWorldBicycleDay

11 Wellness Benefits Of Cycling To Work, In Honour Of World Bicycle Day

Feeling happier, building muscle tone, sleeping better, and being able to enjoy an extra muffin — these are just some of the benefits of regular cycling. Kate Tattersfield pedals through 11 research-backed ways cycling can improve our mental and physical wellness.

By: Kate Tattersfield

June 1, 2021

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Soundtrack Your Working Week With These Top Tunes To Work To

Soundtrack Your Working Week With These Top Tunes To Work To

From instrumental music to LoFi and RnB, your ears are in for a treat with this eclectic selection of tunes to help you stay focused and productive.

By: Kate Tattersfield

May 31, 2021

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Post PandemicFashion:IsTheOfficeDressCodeDead?

Post-Pandemic Fashion: Is The Office Dress Code Dead?

After a year of dressing comfortably rather than smartly, what will the new office dress code look like? While some people are eager to embrace a new personal style, others are finding the transition more difficult. Perhaps the solution is to dress to reflect one’s personality and workplace needs, rather than conforming to old norms.

By: Jamie Orr

April 29, 2021

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E presenteeismIsOnTheRise–HowCanWeCombatIt?

E-presenteeism Is On The Rise – How Can We Combat It?

Presenteeism is the act of turning up to the workplace while feeling unwell or unable to work properly. Even while working remotely, presenteeism — or ‘e-presenteeism’ — continues to affect us all. Here’s how to combat e-presenteeism and the warning signs to watch out for.

By: Kate Tattersfield

April 21, 2021

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The Case For Walking Meetings

Thinking On Your Feet: The Case For Walking Meetings

A research report from Stanford found that walking increases creative ideation. Walking meetings can help prevent burnout and sedentary behavior, while improving creative thinking.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

April 6, 2021

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Hiring A Digital Nomad: Benefits And Challenges

Hiring A Digital Nomad: Benefits And Challenges

How is a remote worker different from digital nomad? Or it is just a trendier way of saying the same thing? In this article, digital nomad Andy Stofferis explains the pros and cons of working with digital nomads and how to make long-distance collaboration work.

By: Andy Stofferis

March 31, 2021

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Standing Desks

How A Standing Desk Makes Working From Anywhere Better

Jamie Orr from Cowork Tahoe has been trialling a standing desk while working from home, and found that it has a number of productivity and wellness benefits. Here are 4 things to consider if you’re considering investing in standing desks for your home or workspace.

By: Jamie Orr

March 25, 2021

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