While we don’t push wellbeing in the workplace as one of our ‘perks’ – we really should. As without knowing it, we utilise simple and cost-effective methods on a weekly and daily basis to keep our team in tip-top condition and happy! And Team TFG is going to share these with you now.
Polly Buckland – MD
Be kind to yourself and recognise the graft. Take the day in bite-sized chunks. Write your to-do list but don’t forget to add tasks to the bottom that you have completed but were not on the original list. This way you see exactly what you have achieved in the day.
Natalie Weaving – Director
Flexible working is vital to our team’s wellbeing in the workplace. By not having strict start and finish times staff feel empowered to work during times when they are most productive rather than forcing a night owl to be in for a 9am start. This also means that our team can schedule appointments and other activities during traditional office hours, allowing them to have a work-life balance that works in everyone’s favour.
Rebecca Chivers – Office Manager
Get some fresh air. Going outside for 10 minutes is really important especially when there is a lot of work on. Making sure that you step away from your desk and go for a walk can really help refresh the senses and sometimes bring clarity to a particular task.
Shannon Valentine – Comms Executive
Give yourself an extra 30 minutes to get ready in the morning. This has made such a difference. It means the commute to work is less stressful and I actually get to plan my day more effectively when I get in rather than having to get straight into work.
Grace Jeffreys – Head Of Photography
It’s good to talk. Whether it is a task you are struggling with or to be able to have an honest conversation about anything in life that is having an impact on you, having the ability to have those conversations with ease is key to workplace wellbeing. Luckily we have that at TFG.
Megan Norris – Graphic Designer
Culture and vibe is a crucial factor when it comes to wellbeing in the workplace. It is safe to say that not every day can be upbeat, but as long as those quieter days are because of productivity and not because of awkward silence it can still have a positive effect on your personal mood.
Some simple yet effective ways to encourage wellbeing in the workplace. What do you do? Why not tweet and tell us!