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Working While High Should Employers Still Screen Workers for Cannabis

Working While High | Should Employers Still Screen Workers for Cannabis?

New research shows that cannabis use does not cause cognitive impairment, and that a moderate amount of remote workers report using cannabis on the job. With many American states legalizing medicinal and recreational cannabis use, companies should review their drug testing policies to ensure inclusivity.

October 21, 2021

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Setting Up A Home Office Has Never Been Easier: Meet The Company That’s Making It Happen

Setting Up A Home Office Has Never Been Easier: Meet The Company That’s Making It Happen

Remote work is here to stay, but there’s a snag: physically kitting out a home office for your team is costly and time-consuming. In this Q&A, Allwork.Space finds out how one company — Hofy — is capitalizing on current trends and helping to make hybrid work, work.

October 19, 2021

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The Perfect Pair: Matching Your Work Persona To Your Home Office Space

The Perfect Pair: Matching Your Work Persona To Your Home Office Space

Your work-from-home environment is a reflection of you. As remote work continues, it’s more important than ever to invest in your home workspace. AVIXA and Jenny Hicks explore the importance of matching your corporate role to your work from home space through three personas.

August 5, 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.

June 21, 2021

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Work from Home Blues: How to Thrive From Your Laptop

Work From Home Blues: How To Thrive From Your Laptop

The past year has highlighted the unexpected downsides to remote working policies. Using this guide, remote workers can identify and apply practices that improve their work days so they are more productive and inspiring.

June 18, 2021

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Wellness Template Articles

7 Unusual Wellness Tips To Brighten Your Day

While we continue to adapt our lives to co-exist with this ever-changing situation, people are finding new ways or revisiting tried-and-trusted methods to help ease anxiety, regain focus and feel more relaxed.

January 20, 2021

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Keep Moving To Improve Your Wellbeing At Work

To promote wellbeing at work, consider incorporating more movement throughout your work day, here’s how.

September 14, 2020

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Daily Digest

Daily Digest News – August 10, 2020

Hand selected flexible workspace news from the most reliable sources to keep you ahead of the pack. We find all the latest news, so you don’t have to. Morning and afternoon updates. Stay in the know.

August 10, 2020

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Daily Digest News – August 7, 2020

Hand selected flexible workspace news from the most reliable sources to keep you ahead of the pack. We find all the latest news, so you don’t have to. Morning and afternoon updates. Stay in the know.

August 7, 2020

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Daily Digest News – August 6, 2020

Hand selected flexible workspace news from the most reliable sources to keep you ahead of the pack. We find all the latest news, so you don’t have to. Morning and afternoon updates. Stay in the know.

August 6, 2020

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Daily Digest News – August 3, 2020

Hand selected flexible workspace news from the most reliable sources to keep you ahead of the pack. We find all the latest news, so you don’t have to. Morning and afternoon updates. Stay in the know.

August 3, 2020

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Building With Abandon: Article Examines What’s Behind The Confidence of Two Coworking Space Owners in Seattle

Coworking spaces are growing at a record pace in Seattle, and no one appears to be worried about filling the spaces, at least not according to a recent article in the Seattle Times, by Monica Guzman.

January 17, 2014

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