Work Life Week 2020
It's #WorkLifeWeek. An opportunity for both employers and employees to focus on well-being at work and work-life balance.
Tips for #WorkLifeWeek:
Create realistic boundaries between work and non-work items. Whether it’s by giving yourself a clear working day or resisting the urge to check your emails on your days off – there are a number of ways to keep your work and personal life separate.
Prioritise tasks and events within both. From setting achievable goals to organising your tasks, there are many key ways to ensure your focus on always on the most important/time sensitive thing – whether it’s at work or at home.
Set time aside for you. Give yourself a break to relax and enjoy yourself at least once a day. Whether call friends or simply catch up on your latest Netflix series, it’ll do wonders for your wellbeing.
Tip for #WorkLifeWeek
Leave work at work: Take a slow breath and acknowledge that you’ve finished your shift. If you can’t do that at the office door, when you’re getting a train or bus and the door closes, imagine that’s the end of your working day. Or if you’re in your car, sit at the wheel for a short while before you start the engine.