Το μασάζ εδώ και χιλιετίες βελτιώνει τόσο τη σωματική όσο και την ψυχική υγεία. Είναι άρρηκτα συνδεδεμένο με την ευεξία μας.
Για την ομάδα σας
Το εταιρικό μασάζ μπορεί να ενισχύσει την αποδοτικότητα της ομάδας σας και παράλληλα την αίσθηση του ανήκειν.
640 Εργαζόμενοι / 11 Σημεία 4 Ημέρες / Αθήνα-Λάρισα- Θεσσαλονίκη
‘’Προσέφεραν 12’ λεπτές αναζωογονητικές συνεδρίες στεγνού μασάζ χωρίς λάδι, σε κάθε έναν από εμάς, στις αίθουσες συνεδριάσεων που τους παρείχαμε. Σε συνδυασμό με τα τονωτικά ροφήματα και ειδικά διατροφικά μείγματα που μας προσέφεραν στο τέλος, άφησαν τον κάθε δέκτη απόλυτα ευχαριστημένο, αναζωογονημένο και σε πραγματικά καλή διάθεση.’’
‘’Η μεθοδολογία υλοποίησης είχε εκπληκτική ροή, προέβλεπε κάθε πιθανή λεπτομέρεια ενώ ταυτόχρονα ήταν αρκετά ευέλικτη για να απορροφήσει και τις δικές μας ιδιαιτερότητες και κανόνες. Ήταν συνεπείς, οργανωμένοι και χειριστικαν με επαγγελματισμό το project που τους αναθέσαμε. Τα επίπεδα υγιεινής ήταν υψηλά και η συνολική οργάνωση δέσμευσε μκρό απο τον δικό μας χρόνο.’
OTE – Cosmote Group
1200 Εργαζόμενοι / 6 Σημεία 4 Ημέρες / Αθήνα
‘’Ανταποκρίθηκαν σε κάθε αίτημά μας με μεγάλη προθυμία και ευελιξία στο εντατικό πρόγραμμα έδειξαν απόλυτη προσαρμοστικότητα στα διαφορετικά κοινά και νοοτροπίες, και χάρη στα communication skills που διαθέτουν κέρδισαν όλους τους εργαζόμενους.’’
‘’Στα λίγα λεπτά που διαρκεί το διάλειμμα των εργαζόμενων στα Call Centers ο Mark και ο Γιάννης εργαζόντουσαν τόσο εντατικά αλλά και ποιοτικά με αποτέλεσμα να χαρίζουν πραγματικά πολύτιμες στιγμές ευεξίας στους εργαζόμενούς μας, γεγονός που καταγράφηκε στη φόρμα αξιολόγησης που συμπλήρωσαν.’’
‘’Πιστεύουμε ότι θα μας δοθεί η ευκαιρία για νέα συνεργασία – ειδικότερα στο πλαίσιο των προγραμμάτων Εσωτερικής Επικοινωνίας – για τους εργαζόμενους του Ομίλου ΟΤΕ, καθώς έχει ήδη διατυπωθεί το αίτημα για επανάληψη του προγράμματος ευεξίας με τους συνεργάτες μας Mark και Γιάννη.’’
Έχουμε μια σειρά γευστικών και ευεργετικών προτάσεων που θα συνοδεύσουν και θα ολοκληρώσουν την εμπειρία των ανθρώπων σας. Εστιάζουμε αποκλειστικά σε υπέρ – τροφές και αντιοξειδωτικά μείγματα που βελτιώνουν την διάθεση και αυξάνουν τα επίπεδα ενέργειας.
Σκοπός μας είναι να ενημερωθείτε για μεθόδους που προάγουν τη σωματική και ψυχική ευεξία καθώς και για νέους τρόπους διατροφής. Αν επηρεάσουμε τις διατροφικές σας συνήθειες προς το καλύτερο, θα αλλάξουμε ταυτόχρονα και την καθημερινότητα σας. Επηρεάζοντας την καθημερινότητα σας βελτιώνουμε τα αποθέματα σωματικής ενέργειας, την ψυχική σας δύναμη και κατά συνέπεια την παραγωγικότητα σας.
Meaningful ways to Inspire Employees and Increase Satisfaction
As an HR professional, do you ever think how much easier your job would be if all of the employees were satisfied? If all the staff you interact with loved their jobs, you’d probably love yours more as well. While there are some employees that are determined to be ‘difficult’ at work, most employees would appreciate your efforts to make them happier on the job. Employee attitudes typically reflect the moral of the company. In areas of customer service and sales, happy employees are extremely important because they represent the company to the public. Satisfaction, however, is not linked solely to compensation. Sure, a raise or benefits will probably improve employee contentment, at least temporarily, but small, inexpensive changes can have a long-term impact. Especially in Greece, where raising financial benefits are difficult as we speak, the need to deliver messages of appreciation and find practical ways to support your staff is greater than ever. Source: Job Science.com | INC.com √ Recognition & Rewards Employees enjoy an atta-boy and it need not be a public show to mean something to employees. Encourage supervisors and managers to acknowledge employees deeds on a daily basis. Getting Started Implement a formal program company-wide to recognize top achievers in every job category. Healthy competition can boost morale, encourage hard work and increase satisfaction and retention. √ Positive Work Environment An upbeat workplace is a necessity. If the workspace isn’t positive, you can’t expect the workers to be. Encouraging one another, avoiding micromanagement, giving positive feedback and ensuring criticism is constructive are all ways to keep the environment a place where employees can do more than survive – they can thrive! √ Give Employees More Control «Happiness is affected by [employee’s] sense of control over their lives”. Employers should look for ways to give employees more control over their schedules, environment, and/or work habits. Getting Started Employers could offer alternative work schedules such as flextime or telecommuting. Employers should also encourage employees to customize their workstations. This could include décor and/or equipment. In addition, studies show that certain colors or décor can improve happiness. √ Stop Wasting Time Tight deadlines are another major sources of stress for many employees. Employers can ease this stress by freeing up more time. Getting Started Make meetings shorter and more efficient. Consider tricks that sound silly but are actually effective such as having a meeting with no chairs. People will be more likely to stick to the necessary agenda when they have to stand the entire meeting. √ Break Up Routines Surprises add spark to all areas of life, including the workplace. The keys are breaking up the routine of the workweek, promoting socialization, and demonstrating your appreciation. Getting Started You can occasionally bring in a special treat such as coffee or baked goods. Small gestures show employees that you appreciate their time. Host a Wellness event with our On-Site Massage Therapists, alongside our Nutritionists and educate them on better eating habits. √ Promote Good Health Poor health is not only damaging to employees, it is detrimental to businesses. Chronic stress has a variety of negative side effects such as weight gain, lower immune system, increased risk of disease, and fatigue. Employers should encourage employees to reduce stress levels and improve their overall health. Getting Started The first step is to educate employees on health topics. Provide reading materials or offer seminars. People can’t make positive changes if they don’t know what to change. Once employees know about health topics such as stress, exercising, and healthy eating, start a health related program. We can share with you the knowledge and ideas WorkWell has on these topics. √ Give Employee Wellness a Boost Being healthy and stress-free is another key aspect of happiness. Employers can do well to invest in employees’ health by promoting wellness programs at work. Nutrition, fitness, and stress reduction are the basic framework for a wellness program at work. Getting Started That means healthier food options, encouraging fitness with our on-site yoga n pilates and incorporating meditation, mindfulness, and massage services at work. Contact WorkWell and consult with us on most of the above topics!!
The 6 Habits of Highly Effective HR Professionals
HR is in the midst of a paradigm shift. Smart companies know that in our modern service and information economies, people are actually our most valuable assets. As such, HR has taken on an increasingly front-line, strategic function, and is as important as finance, sales, marketing, or operations. So what does this mean for today’s crop of HR professionals? Source To put it bluntly, your job is harder than ever. Not only are you expected have to have a solid foundation in the traditional areas of HR expertise, but you have a whole new set of skills and responsibilities to master, and a whole host of additional considerations. Now you have to balance traditional areas like compensation, hiring, and employment codes, with new areas like retention, organizational culture, engagement, internal communications, leadership and development, and business strategy. As it stands today, the role of HR in organizations remains one of increased responsibilities, a greater focus on strategic outcomes, and stricter accountability across the board. So how do you do it? As an HR pro, where do you focus your time and effort? What qualities, skills and habits do you need to master in order to provide the most value for your company? We’ve compiled this one-stop list that lays out six key traits that stellar HR professionals need to have in order to thrive in today’s challenging business landscape. Habit #1 – Measure Against Business Objectives Traditional HR thinking tells us that HR is a one-size-fits-all set of best practices, with standardized processes and procedures with which managers must comply across the board. But effective practitioners know that HR does not exist in a vacuum. If people are a company’s most valuable asset, then the acquisition, retention, and development of people must be strategically aligned with the unique goals of your business. And since every business has different goals, every HR practice must be tailored to those specific goals. The best HR pros recognize this, and make it a habit to constantly check-in with leadership to make sure that HR strategies are aligned with overall business objectives. Communication with business strategists and stakeholders is key. Constant check-ins with your company’s executive leadership will help ensure that you aren’t spinning your wheels, that you are sourcing and hiring the right candidates, and that you are creating the right culture for your business. Habit #2 – Balance Transparency and Discretion It goes without saying that a career in HR involves dealing with sensitive information, and that discretion is of paramount importance in many scenarios that HR practitioners face. However, the importance of discretion has had a tendency to make HR pros fearful of open, honest communication, and has even turned some HR departments into black holes of information. So why should HR departments embrace transparency? The short answer is, they don’t have a choice. In the networked age, and in an era in which Millennials now make up the largest segment of the population, transparency is the norm. It’s expected that companies are honest and forthright, and when there’s a disconnect between what is communicated (or not communicated) and what employees experience, the results can be disastrous. At risk is nothing short of the authenticity of the internal culture that the company has worked so hard to cultivate. The same holds true externally. HR departments can no longer hide information from potential candidates. Personal and professional social networks and job rating sites like Glassdoor have made the internal culture at virtually every company accessible, so HR departments have to be transparent during recruiting or risk losing out on top talent due to a lack of credibility. In practice, this means that companies and HR departments should err on the side of information sharing rather than secrecy, and they need to work hard to create a positive culture that they are proud to share. Great HR pros know that while discretion still rules the day in many situations, honest communication is absolutely necessary for the organization to maintain credibility and attract and retain the talent that the company needs to flourish. Habit #3 – Know that People are an Asset, Not a Resource As an HR pro, you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “human capital,” and likely heard it used interchangeably with “human resources.” But the two terms denote very different ideas. It’s not a matter of mere semantics – “human resources” implies that talent is a fixed, exhaustible commodity, to be allocated like any other resource in the business. “Human capital,” on the other hand, implies that talent is something in which you invest and that can be grown. The human capital model places a greater emphasis on developing and training individual contributors. In her book Mindset, Stanford Psychologist Carol Dweck studied companies that were leaders in their industries for many years, and compared them with those who were either perennial also-rans or that had fallen from the top. In every case, it was the companies that focused on continual growth and development for their employees that reached the top of their industries… and stayed there. HR practitioners must understand the importance of training and development, and must partner with upper management to design and deploy professional development programs. Often it’s the difference between winning your industry and losing out to your competitors. Habit #4 – Understand the Importance of Culture and Engagement Your company’s internal culture has a profound impact on everything you do as a business. We like to call it the “inside-out effect” of culture: the internal habits, behaviors, mindsets, and methods of problem solving all impact your companies external brand, product, and customer service. Great HR pros know this, and work hard to make sure that they deploy the right culture for their business. That’s because culture doesn’t happen by accident. It takes strategy and execution. What if your company doesn’t have a tangible culture – or worse – has a the wrong culture to help your business succeed? Start with your company’s values. If your company doesn’t have clearly articulated values – create them! Choose values that help move your company’s goals forward. If great customer service is essential to your business, incorporate it into your values. If innovation is a must, make that a value. Once your values are spelled out, create a culture that supports those values and helps your company get even closer to its goals. That includes the type of workspace environment you create, your internal processes and procedures, and of course, perks and activities. In highly competitive industries, perks are a must. For Millennial workers, having access to onsite food, workout facilities, game rooms, and other amenities are a signal that your company is progressive and cares about their welfare. Work-life balance is out, and work-life integration is the new normal. This means that your workspace should feel as much home as office, and that employees can be themselves both in and out of the office. Finally, internal cultures aren’t static. They take on the personalities of the people at your company, and thus evolve over time as people inevitably cycle in and out. But again, that doesn’t mean culture has to be accidental. Hiring for cultural fit helps ensure that the culture stays consistent. Every new hire is an opportunity to reinforce your culture, as well as augment it with the personality of the person being integrated into the organization. Habit #5 – Apply Knowledge or Experience Outside of HR Some of the most effective, most prominent HR leaders didn’t start their careers in HR. They started as line operations or finance managers, and they applied their knowledge of the business to the realm of HR. If you have the opportunity, start with a rotational tour at your company. Learn other job functions, and soak up as much knowledge about the industry as you can. This will only aid you when you return to HR, and have to make tough, strategic decisions that affect the business. If a rotation is not a practical option, try shadowing other teams for a day or two, or interview members of other teams within your company. The more you know about the other business units, the more you’ll be able to support them with HR programs, and the better you’ll be at hiring for those roles in the future as your company grows. Habit #6 – Never Stop Learning The best HR professionals are leaders, and the best leaders are constantly growing their skills and experience. They know that knowledge and talent aren’t fixed traits, and that they can constantly acquire new skills and experience. Likewise, they aren’t overly concerned with failing. They crave challenges, and see failures as opportunities for growth. This mindset is absolutely essential for HR pros in today’s rapidly changing business landscape. As an HR pro, you’re already a people expert. But today’s economy requires you to be much more than that. You need broad business knowledge and specific industry knowledge, and you need to be able to develop and deploy HR strategies that support your overall business strategy. As such, an openness to growth and learning is imperative. Conclusion Highly effective HR pros know that they need to be strategic, knowledgable, and growth-minded in order to make an impact on companies. This takes focus, strategy, and a long-term commitment to growth and knowledge.
Few Healthier Office Snacks & Drinks Your Coworkers Will Rave About
‘Xmas is the season for office snacks and happenings! These unique office snacks will keep your colleagues happy, healthy—and impressed with you—all season long. Source Delightful Drinks Party treats should lift you up, not weigh you down. Choose any of these delicious beverages if you’re looking for a refreshing office party treat. Tea Set out a carafe of steaming water with an assortment of tea bags, some orange slices, and maybe even a few cinnamon sticks for an easy office party treat to warm your coworkers’ hearts. Lavender Lemonade Combine the crisp flavor of lemon with the floral aroma of lavender to create a beverage perfect for washing down all those other office party snacks. Get the recipe from Vegan A La Mode. Detox Water Bring balance to your celebration with an office snack that helps your coworkers offset the effects of their heavier indulgences. Just drop some ginger into a pitcher of hot water with cinammon, and serve. You have already tried the WorkWell’s combo with ginger, Sri-Lanka cinnamon & honey 😉 Veggie Extravaganza Marinated Tomatoes Slice some tomatoes, sprinkle them with salt and pepper, add a drizzle of olive oil and some balsamic vinegar, and voilà—you’ve created a super healthy, super easy office party snack. Bonus points if you serve your tomatoes on a fancy platter. Easy Appetizers (Some Assembly Required) You can assemble any of these healthy, crowd-pleasing office party snacks in a flash…so you can get in the kitchen and out again without missing any party time. Healthier Chips and Dip Featuring a yogurt-based dip and nutrient-dense sweet potato chips, Little Chef, Big Appetite’s office snack serves up healthy, happy coworkers. Mini Avocado Toasts Turn your favorite snack into a healthy treat for the office party. Just prepare a few slices of your favorite avocado toast and cut each slice four ways. Think of this snack as a healthier, classier version of a 1950s cracker canape. Minimal Cooking, Big Rewards All the office party snacks in this section require a little bit of oven time, but they’re way easier than that multi-layer Christmas cake that looked so pretty on Pinterest. (They’re also much healthier!) Roasted Chickpeas With just a little roasting, chickpeas crunch up like magic. Go traditional with salt and pepper, sweeten things up with cinnamon, or add some spice with a drizzle of hot sauce. Sweet Tooth Indulgences Something a little bit sweet doesn’t have to be even a little bit unhealthy. Stop dreading the dessert section of the buffet table—these office party snacks taste better than candy, and they don’t take a toll on your health. Made from whole foods, each of these recipes will satisfy any sweet tooth. The “Three Pleasures” Nutrition scientist Walter Willett is challenging dessert lovers everywhere to swap calorie-dense behemoths made of unhealthy fats and sugars for beneficial desserts made of nuts, fruit, and dark chocolate. Search #3ForDessert to get ideas for sweet office party snacks that will impress your coworkers. Conclusion You do not have to compromise on health (or slave away in the kitchen for hours) to make office party snacks everyone will love.