WARDROBE RULES AMONG BACK-TO-OFFICE CONCERNS
If you are returning to the office after working from home, wardrobe is a big issue, according to studies reported by TechRepublic.
Discover the dress code that’s replacing yoga pants and sweats.
TIPS TO SELL YOUR BIG IDEA UPWARD
Want your boss to love your big idea for a new project? Fast Company offers tips for positioning and packaging in ways that can earn buy-in from your boss.
LESS DELIVERS MORE
According to research featured in Forbes, less time in the office is a ticket to happiness. The much-publicized study of 2,500 workers in Iceland—more than 1% of the workforce—was conducted to see if shortened workdays lead to more productivity and a happier workforce. Results showed dramatic improvements in employees’ well-being. Click here to read the details.
STEP OUT AND BEAT REMOTE FATIGUE
A 10-minute walking break can do wonders for relieving the stress of remote work. Walking is among the low intensity workouts recommended in this U.S. News report for beating the physical and mental tension that comes from working remotely.
Featured are easy to apply routines for adding more movement to your workday–including a technique for subtle below-the-waist workouts when you are on a Zoom call. Get your stretch band ready!