Technology has been great at increasing productivity and efficiency at work. We get access to more information; we can communicate with others more quickly and collaboration with teammates is much easier. The one drawback however is that we now spend way more time stuck at our desks to get work done.
Sometimes you just have ‘one of those days’ at work. You know the one — the day where you come in full of energy, with a whole list of things to do, but somewhere between lunch and the end of the workday, your energy slowly starts to ebb away. Your brain can’t seem to focus properly; you feel yourself getting really tired and somehow you can’t seem to type a coherent sentence.
We’ve all been there, sometimes more often then we’d like. However, science is on your side: the mid-afternoon slump is a very real phenomenon.
Mental health conditions are the leading cause of work absence and long-term work incapacity in Australia. One way in which employers can help their employees to achieve and maintain good mental health is - surprisingly - through their stomachs.
If you’re someone who struggles to get through the day without a sweet treat, you might be wondering whether the snacks in our Snack Boxes will be good enough for you. Read on to find out why they absolutely are! We’ll also tell you why they make a far better alternative to your usual goodies.
You’ve done the hard work; you’ve been to the gym or completed that run, and now you’re hungry. You want to eat the right thing to ensure you get the maximum benefit from your workout. What will you choose? Here we take a look at the best foods to eat after exercise to help you recover and replenish your energy levels.
Most of us know we should be eating a healthier diet, but we’re busy, and sourcing the right ingredients and food items feels like a hassle. Follow our tips for choosing and preparing healthy snacks for work, and eat better during the day no matter how busy you are.
Do you feel like you waste too much time in meetings? There are many things you can do to minimise the time you waste in meetings and make the meetings you do need to hold more effective. One of those ways is by including a selection of healthy snacks for attendees.
The answer to this question is most definitely yes! Read on to discover why your place of work should consider Snack Boxes and how you can be sure everyone will be able to enjoy something to eat, whatever their dietary requirements.
We’ll show you how you can involve every member of staff in improving their own health and wellbeing, and enjoy themselves along the way. We’ll also tell you about some lesser-known benefits of a healthier workplace, and give you some inspiring ideas.
Most of us could benefit from being a bit more organised. But when you’re caught up in the daily grind, it can be difficult to pinpoint just how you can be more efficient, and what changes you can make to be more effective. Don’t worry, we’re here to help! Here’s how can you be more organised in the office in 2019.
Not every business can afford to give their employees a week’s vacation at a five-star resort as a reward for achieving their targets. Don’t worry, you don’t need to! There are a plethora of ways to reward employees, many of which won’t cost you a dollar.
When it comes to eating, what example are you setting for your employees? Do you snack in the office, always take a lunch break, or usually skip lunch altogether? Research shows that individuals who take a lunch break are generally happier and less stressed, so you should lead by example.
Your office is probably very diverse with people from all areas of the country or world. Everyone is truly an individual. There are different personalities, motivators, and preferences for each employee. Just as each employee is unique in what they do and how they do it, many have unique dietary needs, too.
As an employer, you should assist your workers that travel for the benefit of the company. These employees are sacrificing time with their family to support the company. You should help them make better decisions when it comes to what they eat and what they do as a traveller.
The shift from only eating once a day to the carefully prescribed three meals a day took thousands of years to change. But just in the past few decades three meals a day has become much more flexible with snacks becoming a big part of modern eating.
When thinking about employee wellbeing, two major points are always front and centre: nutrition and health. To completely integrate these into your workplace culture, it’s important to step back and look at the entire ecosystem.
Every year on April 7, World Health Day, developed by the World Health Organisation (WHO), is celebrated. While it only marks one day on the calendar, it's philosophy should be considered every day of the year.
Planning an office breakfast, lunch or meeting? You may think you have few choices that both fit your budget and are healthy. Your regular go-to's may be pizza and doughnuts, which are cheap and easy. They are also some of the worst things you can feed your staff. These high sugar carbs lead to glucose crashes that may make people fill weak and irritable, which is not the outcome you want for your staff.
Healthy employees are happier and more productive. It only makes sense that if they feel good, they will be more engaged and thus deliver better work. As a company that cares about employee health, you know that participation in a wellness plan is a key to success.
We love to snack here at SnackWize. So much so that we built an entire business around it.
It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it. And that includes the really difficult job of sourcing and taste-testing some great new products to launch this December. We scoured the globe to find the healthiest, most delicious snacks around. Say goodbye to the 3pm slump/bloat/hanger. You’re welcome.
Expect to find some of the following goodies in your subscription box this month…