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The Importance of Having the Right Office Supplies for Homeworking

Whether you are setting up a home office for the first time or are someone who regularly works remotely, having the right stationery and equipment readily available is vital. We’ve been working from home for a month now and we don’t know about you but refill pads are running low and pens keep disappearing.

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The Three Best Free Video Conferencing Apps

Working from home may not suit everyone, it may feel like April was two years long and that’s in part due to the lack of interaction with other people. If you miss the office environment as much as we do then maybe, it’s time to try video conferencing? Video conferencing can help by allowing you to talk face-to-face, even if it is via a screen.

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Time to do some spring cleaning

Spring is in full bloom and with more of us working from home for the foreseeable, then maybe its time to start cleaning the home office (kitchen table) and the rest of the house in a spring clean? Here are five tips on cleaning your workspace to get you started.

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Donating to Charity During Covid-19

Unfortunately, we are getting used to everything being cancelled due to the current pandemic. Music events, sports tournaments and social gatherings are all postponed or cancelled due to covid-19. But life goes on and sadly for some that still means a cancer diagnosis will be confirmed, a treatment will still take place and urgent care will still be required. The Irish Cancer society had to cancel their annual street collection, Daffodil Day but you can still donate online: https://www.cancer.ie/ways-to-help/fundraise/daffodil-day/donate

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Office Prevention for COVID-19

Unless you live under a rock you probably already know that the COVID-19 outbreak has reached Irish shores. The number of confirmed cases is small but is said to increase. Let’s not panic buy bread, rashers and toilet roll just yet. Follow daily updates from The World Health Organisation and start putting basic preventative action in place right away.

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Meeting Project Deadlines

Who else constantly feels under pressure to complete projects? Are you procrastinating or is the scope of the project constantly changing? With your next project in mind read the following blog and try to implement the key points in order to easily meet project deadlines.

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Why You Should Be Allowed Bring Your Pet To Work

A study carried out last year by the University of Lincoln (UK) showed that bringing your dog to work can have a significantly positive impact on your work day. It measured parameters such as employees’ engagement and wellbeing or their control over decisions at work. It revealed that people who take their dog to work report increased absorption in their work by a 33.4% and in their dedication to their job by 16.5%.

With that in mind we want to talk about the five reasons we think bringing your pet to work is a great idea.

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The Importance of Having the Right Office Supplies for Homeworking

Whether you are setting up a home office for the first time or are someone who regularly works remotely, having the right stationery and equipment readily available is vital. We’ve been working from home for a month now and we don’t know about you but refill pads are running low and pens keep disappearing.

Continue Reading

The Three Best Free Video Conferencing Apps

Working from home may not suit everyone, it may feel like April was two years long and that’s in part due to the lack of interaction with other people. If you miss the office environment as much as we do then maybe, it’s time to try video conferencing? Video conferencing can help by allowing you to talk face-to-face, even if it is via a screen.

Continue Reading

 

Time to do some spring cleaning

Spring is in full bloom and with more of us working from home for the foreseeable, then maybe its time to start cleaning the home office (kitchen table) and the rest of the house in a spring clean? Here are five tips on cleaning your workspace to get you started.

Continue Reading

 

Donating to Charity During Covid-19

Unfortunately, we are getting used to everything being cancelled due to the current pandemic. Music events, sports tournaments and social gatherings are all postponed or cancelled due to covid-19. But life goes on and sadly for some that still means a cancer diagnosis will be confirmed, a treatment will still take place and urgent care will still be required. The Irish Cancer society had to cancel their annual street collection, Daffodil Day but you can still donate online: https://www.cancer.ie/ways-to-help/fundraise/daffodil-day/donate

Continue Reading

 

Office Prevention for COVID-19

Unless you live under a rock you probably already know that the COVID-19 outbreak has reached Irish shores. The number of confirmed cases is small but is said to increase. Let’s not panic buy bread, rashers and toilet roll just yet. Follow daily updates from The World Health Organisation and start putting basic preventative action in place right away.

Continue Reading

 

Meeting Project Deadlines

Who else constantly feels under pressure to complete projects? Are you procrastinating or is the scope of the project constantly changing? With your next project in mind read the following blog and try to implement the key points in order to easily meet project deadlines.

Continue Reading

 

Why You Should Be Allowed Bring Your Pet To Work

A study carried out last year by the University of Lincoln (UK) showed that bringing your dog to work can have a significantly positive impact on your work day. It measured parameters such as employees’ engagement and wellbeing or their control over decisions at work. It revealed that people who take their dog to work report increased absorption in their work by a 33.4% and in their dedication to their job by 16.5%.

With that in mind we want to talk about the five reasons we think bringing your pet to work is a great idea.

Continue Reading

 

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