It is already very well known that sport is one of the factors of wellbeing at work. Indeed, our life is more and more sedentary since we don’t work in the countryside anymore. Most of our jobs are office jobs which means less sunlight during the day and less physical exercise. This can lead to many problems and diseases such as heart disease, obesity, diabetes, chronic fatigue and so on. In the article, we will see how sport can help you be more productive at your job and how to implement it in your company.Read The relationship between sport and work performance
Burnout is a phenomenon that has been rising for years due to the modern-day pressures at work. Burnout or at least unhappiness at work can lead to many problems such as absenteeism, high turnover, more medical claims and so on. By following these 10 tips, you can change the way you see your work environment and feel better in it.Read 10 tips to feel better in your work environment
In our society where excellent performance throughout the year is a requirement, it is interesting to see if seasons affect the way we work, interact with colleagues and perform. We will see how they change our behavior and give you some tips to feel your best at any time of the year.Read How Seasons affect your mood and your work
Performing at your job is probably the most important factor when it comes to evaluating your work. Many managers use data as a reference for performance, but sometimes they forget that performance is directly linked to the well-being of their employees and their work environment.
We will explain to you in this blog why an individual’s well-being at work is so important, how it can increase productivity and how to improve it.Read Well being at work, make your employees happier!
The Dutch education system is quite complicated and requires some preparation if you’re coming from another country. This blog will allow you to have an overview of the Dutch schooling system specificities as an expat moving to the Netherlands. As overwhelming as the system may seem, the Netherlands is ranked as the 2nd best education system in Europe and that welcomes 82 000 foreign students every year.Read Understand the Dutch education system