Just a decade ago, office dress codes brought to mind suits and ties, high-necked blouses and high-cut skirts. Times have changed, though. Employees no longer want to feel like they’re going to a formal event when they’re heading to work.
According to the National Center for Disease Control, only one in four U.S. adults meets the recommended daily guidelines for physical activity. That’s not surprising. We live in one of the most sedentary eras in human history.
Productivity. It’s the holy grail of the workplace. Everyone, from top executives to fresh-faced interns, is constantly looking to get more done in less time. To maximize their efforts, blaze past deadlines, and establish themselves as reliable, capable, and consistent.
According to Statista, at least 50 percent of all emails sent this year were spam. Given that by 2020, we’ll see approximately 320 billion daily emails, that’s a lot of spam. And that doesn’t even account from all the email notifications, marketing content, newsletters, and work emails.