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Renáta-Adrienn 2m
Got this fun quiz 🤩 in my mail yesterday "Which productivity method should you be using?" For my #1 challenge, recommends me to use Pomodoro. Take the quiz now () and reply with the method you're trying out!
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redwigwam 3m
Absolutely nothing, Bill. Absolutely nothing 😉
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Helen Cartwright 2h
So I’ve had a little blip with my Last few days have consisted of decorating, taking down old bed? Putting up new bed (daughter’s), mom taxi, skip preparation and holiday packing, Now I need to run and get back to tweeting, but first a cuppa 😁
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Prasann Prem 14h
On an average, 225 hours per week, a commuter spends for a roundtrip against his office. Will you prefer commuting or not? . . Well! only 21% preferred " Not Commuting" as per our latest survey by Buffer & AngelList.
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RegionalRising Aug 10
Don't miss out on our next webinar: Finding Balance in Business - Health and Wellbeing with Technology Tuesday, August 25th @ 12.30pm Part of the Digital Innovation Festival
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Bijay Kumar Khandal 57m
Many people get stressed out during the appraisal period in the office. Reason can be many, some may blame the Boss, and some may blame luck, but there is a specific art. To learn it Nominate now
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MobileCorp 9h
Are we working from home or living at work? At the start of the WFH shift, productivity increased. But as time marches on, can we keep the energy and output high, and at what cost?
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Fiona Semple Aug 12
Obligatory return to school photo S2, P7 & Pre School. Penumbra don’t just do wonderful work, they have also been a wonderful employer during the past 5 months
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Shraddhanjali Rao Aug 11
Do you check your mail before hitting the hay? This is one of the drawbacks in this world - balancing between work & home. Because, some of us are never off work. Here are some tips to switch off:
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PortlaoiseEnterprise Aug 12
Fantastic news for all of us in the this morning providing valuable supports to and more importantly to those who need close to their homes to work from
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Agent Life Aug 8
Just a friendly reminder that it’s Saturday. If it’s not urgent, it CAN and SHOULD wait until Monday.
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Michael O'Connor Aug 7
Thanks for providing me with a great working environment which was easy to connect online and work from with views of that are second to none. Now to enjoy my weekend 😎
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Brachers LLP 19m
Our Managing Partner Joanna Worby explains why balance is key and how Brachers supported its staff through lockdown in the latest edition of :
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Remote Team Wellness 9h
A separate room, a certain table, or even just a square of masking tape on the floor. Make a space that’s just for work and let everyone in your home know that when you’re there, you’re working ⁠
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Prof Anna L Cox Aug 11
Most suggest interrupting hols to deal with👇 based on knowledge/acceptance of . But this is NOT how most other professions work. Why can’t we design academiclife so that we don’t need to work during hols, maternity/parental/bereavement leave etc?
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Vijuy Ronjan Aug 12
If you want to have work life balance, first learn to balance your work , your life will automatically get balanced. ~ Vijuy Ronjan
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Megan Aug 11
Working from home has negatively affected women round the world. Let’s change that
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The Green Parent Aug 10
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Dr Jo Perkins 23h
Before Covid-19, many of us thought remote working sounded blissful. Now, numerous employees are longing for chats by the coffee machine......
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Emily Guille-Marrett Aug 10
After a long hot day at the home-office ... supper and swim with family on beach.
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