Working only three or four days per week to reduce stress and maintain or even increase productivity. And get paid a salary that is based on working five days per week. It almost sounds to be too good to be true. Is the work less, reduce stress, increase productivity idea viable?
A positive work culture creates a win-win situation: less stress and increased productivity. However, many companies have developed a negative work culture in the face of ruthless competition. A negative work culture leads to the opposite of what is intended: more stress and less productivity.
Stress can have a diverse array of effects on the skin. The skin even has a stress system built in, complete with stress hormones. Let’s find out how stress affects the skin and how to avoid skin damage.
Stress at work is something that almost everybody will experience during his professional career. Work demands, problems with clients or colleagues, or job insatisfaction in general all evoke stress. But what is stress exactly, and how can you best protect yourself from stress at work?
When you are passionate about your profession, you are very likely to put many hours into work. This may take a toll on yourself and your family if you are not able to manage your work / life balance properly, and a burnout may be right around the corner.